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Copyright & Using Social Media in the classroom

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Using social media in the classroom will be a focus of professional development workshop on 1/23/12.   A compilation of resources was developed by Linda McCarthy, Norma Quesada, and  Anne Wiley.  Copyright Information  was presented by Linda K. Enghagen, J.D.  The resources for both presentation:   See teaching resources.   Fair Use Guides for Librarians continue to…

Social Media

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

Copyright Compliance Made Simple 2012–GCC–Copyright Compliance Made Simple–Six Rules for Course Design:  Linda K. Enghagen, J.D. 1/23/12 Presentation Using Social Media in the Classroom Center for social media provides codes of best practice and fair use. Facebook answers some basic questions about use of facebook by educators. The article 100 ways you should be using facebook…

GCC Professional Development

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

Faculty Professional Development 1-23-12 Faculty Professional Development Half-day   Monday,  January 23rd, 2012  1:00 – 4:00 pm Beginning in the Sloan Theatre, the afternoon will begin with a presentation, Copyright Compliance Made Simple:  Six Rules for Course Design, by Linda Enghagen, J. D., Professor in the Isenberg School of Management, UMass, in the Sloan Theatre.  Light refreshments…

Social Media and The Law

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and other forms of social media continue to evolve.  A recent article describes some concerns for labor law and social media. Other organizations provide some  governance resources and guidelines for company and educational institutional use as well as personal use. Other colleges, including NECC and the CA  community college system offer helpful…

The 3 Facebook Settings Every User Should Check Now

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

The 3 Facebook Settings Every User Should Check Now is an article in NY Times, that re-emphasizes the settings every user should check to be sure that their privacy is protected.  The article provides step by step strategies to check your settings.  Now the question is how do we get our students to consider these…

Facebook Privacy

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Recently hackers have entered Facebook and Twitter and sent nuisance messages instantly.  The New York Times featured an article on five steps to privacy on Facebook that include how to set your friends’ lists and privacy settings to reduce such fraudulent attacks on your social networking sites.

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