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Course Outline 
Introduction 
Key Terms & Definitions 
M.A.N.N.E.R.S 
Exercise: Dos & Don’ts
Introduction 
 About Me 
 I have worked as an Administrative Library 
Assistant for 8 years. 
 I have been teaching int...
Key Terms & Definitions 
 Status Update (FB), Tweet (T) & Pin (P) 
 Creating an original post. 
 Share (FB), Retweet (T...
M.A.N.N.E.R.S. 
From: toddlerstoteens.org
Make others feel 
comfortable. 
 NEVER USE ALL CAPS! 
 It makes people feel like you’re shouting at 
them.  No stalkers...
Acknowledge 
others. 
 Reply, like, re-tweet or pin. 
 If someone sends you something, mentions you 
in a post, or tags ...
Never speak badly 
of others. 
 What you post online stays online! 
 It only takes someone else a few seconds to 
share ...
Nice-mannered 
people succeed. 
 Social media can have an impact on your 
reputation - personally & professionally. 
 It...
Etiquette principles are respect, 
consideration & honesty. 
 Respect yourself first. 
 Nobody wants to hear you beratin...
Respect other 
people. 
 Please don’t swear. 
 MYM (Mind Your Manners) & WYW (Watch Your 
Words) 
 Online networks may ...
Speak from the 
heart. 
 Speak from the heart, but use your 
head. 
 Think before you post.
Exercise: Dos & Don’ts 
Do! 
Don’t!
Do Don’t
Do Don’t
Do Don’t
Do Don’t
Skills Assessment 
Please take a few minutes to test your 
skills before leaving class by clicking on 
the link in the cha...
Thank you! 
Don’t forget – 
Complete the course evaluation, 
provide me with your e-mail address, 
and I will send you a V...
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  1. 1. Course Outline Introduction Key Terms & Definitions M.A.N.N.E.R.S Exercise: Dos & Don’ts
  2. 2. Introduction  About Me  I have worked as an Administrative Library Assistant for 8 years.  I have been teaching introductory courses on Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest for 3 years.  This is my first time teaching this course.  About This Course  This course will cover social media etiquette for all sites but the emphasis will be on Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest.  This course is intended to provide you with the tools you need to enjoy our new digital world without losing sight of the manners you learned in the non-digital world.
  3. 3. Key Terms & Definitions  Status Update (FB), Tweet (T) & Pin (P)  Creating an original post.  Share (FB), Retweet (T) & Send (P)  Reposting something somebody else originated.  Like (FB/P), Favorite (T)  Letting others know you like something.  Tag & Hashtag (FB/T)  Inviting others into a post.
  4. 4. M.A.N.N.E.R.S. From: toddlerstoteens.org
  5. 5. Make others feel comfortable.  NEVER USE ALL CAPS!  It makes people feel like you’re shouting at them.  No stalkers allowed.  Liking, re-tweeting, or re-pinning everything someone posts can be annoying and may feel intrusive to the other person.
  6. 6. Acknowledge others.  Reply, like, re-tweet or pin.  If someone sends you something, mentions you in a post, or tags you in a positive way, acknowledge it.  Don’t just walk away.  Remember – when interacting with someone, you are in a conversation with them. If you were together, would you just leave?
  7. 7. Never speak badly of others.  What you post online stays online!  It only takes someone else a few seconds to share your post or re-tweet your tweet.  Passive aggressive posts are good for no one.  The person you’re targeting may miss it entirely.  The person you’re not targeting may take it personally.  And the person who doesn’t get it will just fill in the blanks – and that’s bad news for
  8. 8. Nice-mannered people succeed.  Social media can have an impact on your reputation - personally & professionally.  It only takes someone else a few seconds to share your post. People will remember, and they will talk.  Would you say it in person?  If you wouldn’t say it to their face, you shouldn’t say it online.  In fact, you have to be even nicer online – subtle nuances of communication (tone, inflection, facial expressions) are missed.
  9. 9. Etiquette principles are respect, consideration & honesty.  Respect yourself first.  Nobody wants to hear you berating yourself. Some will feel bad; others will think you’re fishing for compliments.  Be considerate of others.  Avoid excessive posting.  Limit the use of hashtags.  Always ask for permission before posting pictures of others.  Be honest – but please don’t overshare.  What is private should remain private.
  10. 10. Respect other people.  Please don’t swear.  MYM (Mind Your Manners) & WYW (Watch Your Words)  Online networks may be more diverse than the community in which you live and work.  Be sensitive to other points of view & situations.  If you participate in a debate, be prepared to disagree respectfully & let it go when necessary.
  11. 11. Speak from the heart.  Speak from the heart, but use your head.  Think before you post.
  12. 12. Exercise: Dos & Don’ts Do! Don’t!
  13. 13. Do Don’t
  14. 14. Do Don’t
  15. 15. Do Don’t
  16. 16. Do Don’t
  17. 17. Skills Assessment Please take a few minutes to test your skills before leaving class by clicking on the link in the chat box. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JS9STLX
  18. 18. Thank you! Don’t forget – Complete the course evaluation, provide me with your e-mail address, and I will send you a VIP coupon. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C6N DVZL Check out the free lib guide at: http://bama-slis. libguides.com/socialmediaetiquette Contact Me:

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