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Conference on University Policing of Facebook, MySpace and Other Social Networking Sites

Facebook, MySpace & On-Line Communities: What Your College Must Know
Tuesday, April 8, 2008, 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Live, 60-Minute Audio Conference
Online Registration | Cost: $199

From the Conference Blurb: The misuse of online social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook can have serious consequences for your university.  How are students improperly using these sites and what rights do your college administrators have to monitor student behavior? How do you create an effective policy for your college? Join us for a live, 60-minute audio conference where you and your colleagues will learn:

  • Drafting an Online Network Policy: Keys to Protect Your College
  • The Monitoring Student Debate: Strategies to Avoid Common Pitfalls
  • Keys to Effectively Utilize Public Safety, Staff, & Campus Community
  • How to Use Social Networking Sites to Benefit Your Institution

Conference Presenter: Tomás Gonzalez is the Senior Assistant Dean at the Syracuse University College of Law.  He is a nationally recognized speaker on the topic of legal issues and on-line communities. His expertise includes legal issues in Higher Educations, leadership and community development, academic support programs, diversity education and student success/recognition programs.


March 17, 2008 in Social Media | Permalink


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