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  1. Social Networking -Do-Yup Lim- “A Social Network is a website, or network of websites, specifically established to allow end users to communicate directly with each other on topics of mutual interests.”

  2. Difference between a display board in halls and Social Networking sites Display Board in halls: • Usually for teachers use in school, unless student is given permission • Mainly only used for announcements/display or news • Use of paper • Limited in content sharing Social Networking sites: • Bulletin board where users start topics • Not only for display, but interaction as well • Everything online • Can be used for announcements and content sharing (i.e. links, photos, videos, etc)

  3. IT system behind Social Networking Internet E-mail Examples of Sites: Facebook Myspace Twitter YouTube Windows Live Spaces

  4. Social and ethical impact of the use of Social Networking sites Issues: • Privacy and Anonymity http://www.webpronews.com/blogtalk/2010/05/25/facebook-privacy-issues-getting-worse • Security • Intellectual Property Positive Impact: • Help get jobs • Can meet new people • Helps overcome timidity • Provides global access

  5. Effects on Education Positive: • Medium for discussion, learning, helping (e.g. video posts, tutorials, • Cross collaboration with other schools Negative: • Place for cyber-bullying

  6. Effects on Business Can monitor their popularity Expand reach Can view comments from customers Host/sponsor events to gain customers’ awareness of certain products or services May be harmful to the company if customers post negative comments on products/services However, in the long run, helps business become more satisfactory to customer All for free unless paying for advertisement

  7. Sources www.onlinematters.com/glossary.htm http://www.slideshare.net/acarvin/social-networking-and-education http://hubpages.com/hub/5-Advantages-of-social-networking-sites http://www.articlesbase.com/marketing-articles/the-effects-of-social-networking-in-a-business-1041358.html http://www.business.att.com/content/whitepaper/WP-soc_17172_v3_11-10-08.pdf