You Are What You Tweet

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In “You Are What You Tweet,” students will learn how to create a positive identify through social media. We’ll quickly review some don’t-dos but focus on the dos: ways that students can show the world (but in particular, professors, colleagues/classmates and potential employers) their best.

By the end of the presentation, students should be able to:
- recognize that social media posts are perceived differently by different people
- understand the importance of limiting private information
- be able to name 3 ways to use social media tools to cultivate a positive identity online

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You Are What You Tweet

  1. you are what you tweet
  2. © John Atkinson, Wrong Hands
  3. What if your resume were your last 5 tweets?
  4. What are you telling employers?
  5. I work well in a team
  6. I can find and analyze information
  7. I make smart decisions I have good judgment
  8. I have strong communication skills
  9. What do you think about this guy?
  10. congruence The person seen online should be the same person portrayed in your resume
  11. minimize negative • clean up • use privacy settings • don’t post it
  12. minimize negative • clean up • use privacy settings • don’t post it
  13. minimize negative • clean up • use privacy settings • don’t post it
  14. minimize negative • clean up • use privacy settings • don’t post it
  15. What if your resume were your last 5 tweets? 56% of organizations use social media in recruiting and hiring – Society of HR Mgmt
  16. maximize positive • claim your name • create your learning network • listen • share information • participate in conversation
  17. maximize positive • claim your name • create your learning network • listen • share information • participate in conversation
  18. blog LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
  19. maximize positive • claim your name • create your learning network • listen • share information • participate in conversation
  20. maximize positive • claim your name • create your learning network • listen • share information • participate in conversation
  21. a real example Hakeem Jefferson ‘11
  22. Hakeem Jefferson ‘11
  23. questions? @maegan_g maegan@sc.edu
  24. Thank you!
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