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Protecting Your Internet Privacy: When Nation States Are Involved
May 8, 2014 | A session at the Security Professionals Conference

Currently, the NSA and other nations' espionage agencies are collecting vast amounts of data on their citizens and foreign nationals. When you browse your e-mails, your social media postings a…

Developing Social Media Guidance
April 26, 2012

“Move fast and break things. ” This saying, which hangs on the door in Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook office, exemplifies the challenge faced by institutions seeking to harness the power …

Pew Internet Millennials will benefit and suffer due to their hyperconnected lives
February 29, 2012

Teens and young adults brought up from childhood with a continuous connection to each other and to information will be nimble, quick-acting multitaskers who count on the Internet as their extern…

UNH Social Media Guidelines
January 19, 2012

These guidelines are designed to help University of New Hampshire employees who create or contribute to University-related electronic social media to do so in a respectful, professional, relevant…

Tune In April 26 -- Developing Social Media Guidance
April 19, 2012

This free hour-long session, “ Developing Social Media Guidance ,” will describe the social media guidance development process at the University of Pennsylvania including strategies, pitf…

lol…OMG!: What Everyone Needs to Know About Online Reputation Management
January 30, 2012

Speaker: Matt Ivester, founder of JuicyCampus and author of lol...OMG! The ease with which digital content can be shared online, in addition to its many benefits, has created a host of…

Privacy and Security Risks in Higher Education
January 10, 2012

This webinar is one in a series celebrating Data Privacy Month 2012 . Privacy is a major and often underappreciated risk area for institutions of higher education. Many data security brea…

Faculty and Students Working beyond the Classroom: Flipped Knowledge Production
February 5, 2014 | A session at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting

We will show how social media features that accompany lecture capture technology such as bookmarking and discussion tools can be used to mine captures for reusable content. This content can then be…

Viral Viability: Student Campaigns and Engagement through Social Media
February 3, 2014 | A session at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting

What can viral student movements teach administrators and faculty about online engagement and civic participation? This poster will present results from a discourse analysis of grassroots student…

Mark Orlan

Executive Director IT, York University

York University

Toronto, Ontario

CANADA

Mark Orlan