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Communication Guide: Social media and branding

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Review the required resources identified for this week on the use of communication and social media guides:- The Tempered Radical. Retrieved from http://teacherleaders.typepad.com/the_tempered_radical/2011/05/communicating-and-connecting-with-social-media-excerpt.html
The Tempered Radical. Retrieved from http://teacherleaders.typepad.com/the_tempered_radical/2010/09/social-media-in-education-resources-posted.html
Social Media in Schools. Retrieved from http://digitallyspeaking.pbworks.com/w/page/28489273/Social%20Media%20in%20Schools) ( Plan to Communicate. The Edge of Tomorrow. Retrieved from http://bengrey.com/blog/2010/12/plan-to-communicate/)

Locate and read the posted communication and social media guidelines for your local school system (usually found on the district web site and may be called Internet Policies, or Acceptable Use Guides): (http://eochs.eastorange.schoolfusion.us/) Does your school system utilize social media such as supporting an official Facebook page, Twitter account, or an email/text messaging system?

1. What efforts do you see by area businesses and community groups to 'brand' themselves using social media?

2. Do you feel that the development of a social media presence would help or hinder your initiative or efforts to strengthen and 'brand' programs in your community? Why? (New Jersey)

Develop a communication guide document that supports you and your community's position on social media. Be sure to consider the recommendations for designing with flexibility. Also, be sure to support your guidelines with outside sources and include references. Attach and/or link your document.

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Locate and read the posted communication and social media guidelines for your local school system (usually found on the district web site and may be called Internet Policies, or Acceptable Use Guides): (http://eochs.eastorange.schoolfusion.us/) Does your school system utilize social media such as supporting an official Facebook page, Twitter account, or an email/text messaging system?

The school district that (you) attend doesn't have a formal Facebook page, but the school does have an internet etiquette policy that must be followed by students as well as by faculty. The policy is predicated upon several tenets including the teaching environment, curriculum development, access to information, and core curriculum. The impetus for this paradigm is predicated upon ensuring that the internet is used for the allotted purposes at the school district. In reference to the teaching environment, the use of the internet is to enhance and expand upon personal contacts and information resources available to teachers at the school district. The purpose of curriculum development is predicated upon improving the subject areas at all grade levels at the school district with access t information only available on ...

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This solution discusses branding by social media and the effects of developing a social media presence.

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