Social Media Guideline

Polina Medvedeva

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Social Media Guideline by Mind Map: Social Media Guideline

1. Strong issues

1.1. The most important thing is not to find communication channels that best suit you and the group.

1.2. CENTRAL STRONG SOCIAL MEDIA SERVICES: Web conference tools and Picture, video sharing tools

1.3. Tools offered by social media allow for making the learning process in the community transparent.

2. Issues about Threats

2.1. Community platforms:Facebook,Twitter, LinkedIn,

2.2. Be selective about which channels to use, even if it seemed like everybody was using a particular channel.

2.3. It is particularly important to determine privacy protection and information security when choosing tools.

2.4. Whenever you do something, whether in your workplace or in your own yard, you are responsible for your actions.

3. Weak issues

3.1. Presentation graphics sharing tools: Slideshare and Google Docs

3.2. Always consider what content you produce and who you accept into your network.

3.3. The project should ensure that backup copying of content is frequent

3.4. Virtual worlds: Second Life, Habbo Hotel

4. Issues lead to Opportunities

4.1. Publishing platforms: blogs and wikis

4.2. Companies are interested in new production and distribution models and earning logics arising from network communities

4.3. With social media tools, review can be carried out and feedback provided by workplace representatives collected in an increasingly flexible manner