Presented by : Vanessa Landesfeind, Ed.D. & Stephen R. D. Glass, Ho.T. Social Media Policies for School Employees. Social Media Use Statistics. Each month more than 3 billion photos and 180 billion posts are uploaded to Facebook. The average Facebook user has 130 friends.
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Presented by :
Vanessa Landesfeind, Ed.D.
& Stephen R. D. Glass, Ho.T.
Social Media Policies for School Employees
Scenarios for Discussion
Or….the stories are true but the profiles have been changed to protect our “friends”.
Question: How do you think this incident should be handled?
Employers have legitimate reasons to monitor internet use including:
Work Spouse: Head of Technology
Hometown: The LBC
Activities: Not friending on FB and Fonts
Interests: Charter school development and TV
Work Spouse: Dr. L
Hometown: The OC
Activities: Friending everyone on FB
Interests: Fantasy Football and Closing the
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