[Air-L] University policies on social media

Michael Zimmer zimmerm at uwm.edu
Mon Jun 22 13:04:57 PDT 2009

Holly - this is an intriguing request. Do you know if the policy is  
meant to regulate social media use by university faculty,  
administration, and/or students?  What prompted the perceived need for  
such a policy, and what are the intended effects?

I foresee interesting debates & challenges ahead....

-michael zimmer

Michael Zimmer, PhD
Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies
Associate, Center for Information Policy Research
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
e: zimmerm at uwm.edu
w: www.michaelzimmer.org

On Jun 22, 2009, at 2:21 PM, Holly Kruse wrote:

> I have a friend who is working on coming up with a social media  
> policy for
> her university.  Are there any examples to which I can point her?   
> You can
> email me privately – or respond on-list if this is of general  
> interest –
> and/or email her privately at nnascenzi at rsu.edu.  Thanks!
> Holly
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> The University of Tulsa
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