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Think Social Media Guidelines

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 Social Media Guidelines for Schools


As school districts explore the use of social computing throughout the school day and as an approach to extend instruction, many educators are making the decision to create a wiki, publish video online, or to participate in blogging, social networking or virtual worlds. Social media guidelines encourage educators to participate in social computing and strive to create an atmosphere of trust and individual accountability. Teachers who must hide their online activity because of nonexistent social media guidelines risk losing their jobs and reputations. A better approach is to collaboratively develop a policy that is acceptable to administrators, school board members, teachers and parents allowing for involvement in the global conversation in which many are contributing.


R U In My Space? Y Have A Social Media Policy Guideline?

NECC 2009 

Wednesday, 7/1/2009,  10:30am–11:30am 

Teachers blogging and teaching in MySpace.  Students collaborating on homework assignments in a chat room or on a wiki.  Welcome to social computing.


NECC  PowerPoint Presentation, July 1, 2009

R U In My Space.pptx



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K-12 Wiki: Social Networking Acceptable Use

The State of Missouri Guidelines for Virtual Communities

School AUP 2.0


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School District Blogging/Social Media Policies

Academy of Discovery Online Code

Arapahoe High School Blogging Policy

East Lothian Council Self-publishing and Social Media Guidelines: Pupils

East Lothian CouncilSelf-publishing and Social Media Guidelines: Staff

Francis Howell School District Social Media Guidelines WIki - Curent Project Page

Goochland Countty Public Schools AUP - Acceptable and Unacceptable Use Policies for Publishing Content

Kennett Consolidated School District AUP - Includes Blogging Policy

Laramie County School District 2 - Safe Blogging Policy

Maine School Admimistration District #22 Weblogs Terms of Use


Corporate/Company Social Media Guidleines/Policies

Air Force Blog Assessment FlowChart

BBC Editorial Guidelines - Guidance on Personal use of Social Networking and other third party websites

Cisco’s Internet Postings Policy

Dell's Online Communication Policy

DePaul Social Media Guidelines

Harvard Law School Weblogs Terms of Use

IBM Social Computing Guidelines

IBM now has a Virtual World Guidelines

Intel Social Media Guidelines

The State of Missouri Guidelines for Virtual Communities

Sun Microsystems Policy on Public Discourse

U.S. Dept. of the Navy

Yahoo! Employee Blog Guidelines


My delicious bookmarks for social media

Join Facebook group Social Media Guidelines for Educators






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