BSU Social Media Week 2014

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The BSU Student Affairs Technology Committee is proud to present BSU Social Media Week 2014! Social Media Week is a series of events dedicated to raising awareness and providing education around an expanded use of social media, for both educational and professional use.

Each day’s schedule, there are specific learning outcomes:

Monday:

11:30am-1:30pm: RCC Information Booth and ECC Tables: Profile Photos, technical support, social media buttons and swag

11am-12pm: “Building a Strong Social Media Profile” by Michelle Hacunda, University News / Library MDR (104)
Learning Outcomes:
- How to setup a social media account
- When to use your real name, pseudonym, or be anonymous and other Social Media security tips
- The importance of your bio, referring websites, and the type of photo used to represent yourself

Tuesday:
9am-10am: “Using Social Media for Marketing Purposes” by Ed Cabellon, Campus Center / Library MDR (104)
11:30am-1:30pm: RCC Information Booth and ECC Tables: Profile Photos, technical support, social media buttons and swag
4pm-5pm: “Using Social Media to Build Community and Engage Your Audiences” by Jon Bragg, Residence Life and Housing / Campus Center 212

Learning Outcomes:
- How to engage their intended social media audiences
- Which tools are best to engage with students, faculty and/or staff
- Which social media metrics yield engagement goals
- How to create a department marketing approach with Social Media in mind

Wednesday:
10am-11am: “Using Social Media to Find a Job or Internship” by Katie Vagen, Career Services / Campus Center 212
11:30am-1:30pm: RCC Information Booth: Profile Photos, technical support, social media buttons and swag
Learning Outcomes:
- How to build their professional brand using social media tools
- Which tools are best to use when building their professional digital identities online
- How to use social media to connect with other industry professionals

Thursday:
10am-11am: “Recommended Practices for Classroom Social Media Use” by Eric LePage, Information Technology / Library MDR (104)
11:30am-1:30pm: RCC Information Booth: Profile Photos, technical support, social media buttons and swag
Learning Outcomes:
- How to effectively integrate social media into classroom learning pedagogy
- How to use social media to impact positive change and social justice/good
- Highlighting examples from students, faculty and staff on how this is currently being done at BSU

We hope to see you, your staff and students at the events! Thanks for your support!

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About Ed Cabellon

Director @BSUCampusCenter | Doctoral Student at @JWUprovidence in Educational Leadership | Chair of the BSU Student Affairs Technology Committee | Oversee RCC Design, RCC Video, RCC Blog | Social Media Researcher | Technology Chair #ACPA14 | Focused on Health, Fitness, and Wellness #SAFit | Connect with me on my blog at http://edcabellon.com
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