Faculty give advice for navigating the informal waters of social network connections with students and alumni.
If a tree falls in a forest…you can count on the entire social media world knowing about it.
According to faculty at various universities, there are two main ways that social networking sites are causing new concerns and considerations for faculty and institutions: frictionless sharing and context collapse.
In a report by Cassidy Sugimoto, assistant professor at
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