Leveraging the Web: Social Media for Students and Scholars
Co-sponsored by the Center for Scholarly Technology

Social media refers to a constellation of systems and applications that intersect and feed content across platforms and communities. While not without risks and limitations, the creation and exchange of user-generated material made possible by social media has gone well beyond mere sharing and now involves reputation building and career advancement. Co-sponsored with the Center for Scholarly Technology, this event will address how USC undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty can utilize social media for personal branding as well as academic and professional development.

View Event Recording Here

February 14, 2014
12:00 - 1:30pm
Andrus Gerontology Center (GERO) Auditorium

Hosted By:
CET and the Center for Scholarly Technology
Geoffrey Middlebrook - Associate Teaching Professor, Dornsife College Writing Program | Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Center for Excellence in Teaching

Moderated By:
Otto Khera - Senior Manager for Research and Evaluation, Center for Scholarly Technology

Panelists:
Joan Getman - Director of Educational Technologies
Virginia Kuhn - Associate Professor of Practice, School of Cinematic Arts
Carl Martellino - Associate Dean for Student Affairs | Executive Director, USC Career Center
Clint Schaff - Vice President and US General Manager for DARE | Adjunct Faculty for USC Annenberg

Additional Resources

Virginia Kuhn's Event Slides (PDF)

Carl Martellino's Event Slides (PDF)

http://www.facultyfocus.com/free-reports/twitter-in-higher-education-2010-usage-habits-and-trends-of-todays-college-faculty/

https://chroniclevitae.com/news/345-should-you-share-your-research-on-academia-edu?cid=VTKT1