Monthly Archives: November 2011

Facebook privacy settlement & an overview of some of the privacy breaks

robinna/ November 29, 2011/ social media, privacy/ 0 comments

Article about some of the egregious breaks in privacy at Facebook as well as the conditions of the proposed settlement against Facebook (– still the WORLD wide web, though!)—————-Facebook has agreed to settle the Federal Trade Commission’s eight-count complaint in which the FTC charged that the social networking service, which is widely used by libraries, had deceived consumers by promising

Read More

Privacy & You (& Facebook): new session for UGA

robinna/ November 15, 2011/ my projects, Training, Train/ 0 comments

 Privacy and You, December 14 10am-12n here at Training and Development. (Note this class is open to UGA staff & faculty only – if you are not a UGA employee and are interested in a class, please contact me. I will be teaching an open class on privacy in late December) “Do you know how to keep your social media

Read More

..so, how do you *do* twitter? Advice & thoughts on getting started with twitter

robinna/ November 10, 2011/ social media, question of the day, twitter, tutorials/ 0 comments

Question of the day: …so, how do you *do* twitter? It seems different than fb. Any words of wisdom? A:Twitter is different from facebook for me.Twitter is a very dynamic sharing, learning, and network tool. Facebook can be that, too, but it’s more a mashup and convulated (imho). So how do I do it? Use ‘tweet this’ buttons. When I

Read More

managing digital content in classrooms (free webinar)

robinna/ November 2, 2011/ Libraries, Training, Train, training / tutorials/ 2 comments

for those who might be interested…———- ———-Live Webinar: How to Manage Growing Digital Content Needs Through Virtualization From New York to Oregon, Florida to Utah, and more states are passing legislation in an effort to move toward digital content in K-12 and higher education. As electronic media take center stage and textbooks become a thing of the past, K-20 educators

Read More