Read the Information Security Office’s Cloud Services guide on the risks of data mining, advertising, security, privacy and reliability before using externally provided Web services.
Let us know if you have a social network and would like to be added to our list of social networks and blogs.
If you have a website make sure to include a link to your social networks. Some social networks have an application programming interface (API) that can be leveraged by your website to display information from the social network. Sometimes, it’s simply copying a bit of code (called embed code) and pasting it onto your website. If you’re interested in finding ways to better incorporate and promote your social networks let us know.
We recommend that you subscribe to The Social Media list, a newsletter from University Communications’ social media coordinator who shares tips, articles and other social media information about and related to the university.
Public relations staff in your department can assist if you have questions about social networks and how to use them.
The meetcontent.com website empowers higher education to make the most of social media and other Web content. WordPress website owners have social media sharing options.
Articles of Interest:
What Lessons Can Colleges Learn from Big Brands on Social Media?
The State of Social Media in Higher Ed