Social Media. 1. VISION “Our vision is to help you achieve yours” MISSION “We educate, advise, consult, facilitate and innovate to help organizations achieve their full potential”. 2. Centre for Sport and Law www.sportlaw.ca. 3. Some clients. Outline. What is social media? (Brief!)
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What is social media? (Brief!)
Social media for organizations
Defamation, libel, privacy
Social media in the coach-athlete relationship
Communication + knowing your athlete
Social media is huge
How can social media help our organization do these things?
On Facebook… ?
On Facebook… ?
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Kevin Lawrie – KRL@sportlaw.ca