Digital Ethics & Reputation Damage in a Social Media Culture

Course# TD1558

Note: This workshop is capped at 20 participants.

Categories: Communication, JMU Students and Safety

Level: Fundamental

Type: Single-Session Workshop

Total Workshop Time: 1.5 Hours

Make-Ups: No make-ups are scheduled for this workshop.

Pre-requisites: None

Target Audience: Individuals interested in learning about digital ethics and reputation damage.

Workshop Description:

This workshop will give adults, professionals and teaching candidates insight into today's social web and media from an adult perspective. Adults are coming online using social media at a rapid rate using Facebook, Twitter and other Web2.0 tools. They face reputation damage, identity theft, virus intrusion, professional discipline, job loss and more if they are not careful with their cellphones and web browsers. Strategies for dealing with compulsive media use and protecting ones privacy will be covered.

Presented: Joe Showker (JMU '79) - National Advisory Board-WebWiseKids.org

Session Information:

Tuesday, July 31, 2012
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Wine-Price

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