[Air-L] Gathering Social Media Guidelines in Higher Education
brabham at usc.edu
Sun Nov 10 12:46:44 PST 2013
http://socialmediagovernance.com/ has a big list of social media guidelines under its Policies page.
Also, Ansgar Zerfass (http://www.zerfass.de/english.htm) has done some work on social media governance in organizations, of which guidelines are just one component.
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On Nov 10, 2013, at 12:14 PM, "Pasquini, Laura" <Laura.Pasquini at unt.edu> wrote:
> To pursue my dissertation research, I am currently gathering ANY and ALL Social Media Guidelines from Higher Education Institutions from ANY and ALL COUNTRIES. If you currently attend, work, teach, or know of any a post-secondary institution that provides guidance for social media, then I need your help! Please search your institutional website for "social media" guidelines. Keep in mind, your institutional "guidance" for social media may also be labeled as: guidelines, policy, tips, rules, beliefs, regulations, strategy, or take on another name. If you are aware of any websites, documents, or artifacts that guide social media at a university or college campus, please complete this form: http://socialmediaguidance.wordpress.com/submit-a-social-media-guideline/
> Please consider contributing to help advance social media guidance and use at our institutions:
> The following website has been created to gather and build a social media guideline database and share information about this research: http://socialmediaguidance.wordpress.com/
> Please pass this call for social media guidelines onto any colleagues, professional associations/organizations, email lists, groups, or others who might be able to contribute. If you have questions, concerns, or want to get more involved in this social media guideline project, please feel free to contact me. Thanks!
> All the best,
> Laura A. Pasquini, PhD Candidate, Department of Learning Technologies
> College of Information – University of North Texas
> Skype: pasquats
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