Here are two articles about social media demographics:
Here’s some articles about Facebook’s Open Graph capability:
The next Technology Tuesdays session will take place on the 25th September. This session focuses on:
Social Media Guide For Educators
Social media can be a useful tool for outreach, research, and student interaction. Learn what you can do (and what to avoid).
In this dynamic session we will cover:
- Definitions and history of social media
- Best practice
- Social dashboards
- Educational activities
- New apps and social media tools to look out for
Date: September 25
Time: 10-11 a.m.
Location: DC 7406 (7th floor of the DePaul Center, adjacent to the Department of Marketing)
You can RSVP here.
Kris Gallagher has these suggestion to those of you at DePaul using Facebook Pages:
When you look at the new Facebook page design, you’ll notice that you can choose a large image and also specify your profile picture. We recommend that you maintain your current profile picture (which for many of you is the DePaul logo and/or optimized DePaul signature).
With the large image, there are a couple of factors to consider:
- Make sure you have copyright permission to use the photo. If it was professionally taken, make sure you’ve purchased online rights from the photographer. If it was taken by a student, make sure you have the rights to use it.
- Make sure it’s eye-catching and good quality. Some photos look fine when they are small but are grainy or otherwise unattractive when they are large. Luckily, you can preview them.
- If you can, make it distinctly DePaul. Nearly every university can show a student sprawled in the grass studying. What photos do you have that make us special?
- Remember that you can’t use images from DePaul’s website without permission from EM&M.
- You can change these photos regularly. You may want to develop a set of images that you rotate.
DePaul Blue Demons has already made some changes to their Facebook Page - please take a look.
- Date: April 5, 2010
- Time: 12:00-1:00 pm
- Place: 8005 DPC (DePaul Center, 1 E. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60604)
To attend, RSVP by March 29 to Erin Espeland: