Why Social Media Matters: Book Summary

Facebook 101

  • There are many stories about educators who get themselves in trouble using Facebook. (Doug: Here are some I have collected.) To start, you have to understand the difference between your profile and a page. In your profile you include information about yourself that you want either your friends or the public to see. Schools and districts should create pages not profiles. Your wall is where you post items you want people to see. You can allow users to post updates on your wall. Your news feed is the center column of a profile that is constantly updated with stories from profiles and pages you follow. When users interact with your page, it shows up on all their friend’s news feeds, which spreads your message.
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