This is where we make a full circle and return to step 1 of this course.
Remember you researched your own social media activities.
You also learned that when you post something on social media, it’s open for everyone to see.
But just think of your future once again, and think of all the things, sometimes stupid things, you may have posted.
Your future school or employer can also see those posts. And they may have access to your Big Data.
And remember in step two, you found out that you’re aloud to do and say as you wish (freedom of speach) but that everyone is also free to collect public information.
Answer these questions in the poll the teacher will open:
Should colleges be allowed to take your social media into account when reviewing applications?
Should employers be able to take your social media pages into consideration when hiring?
Should employers/colleges be able to look at your friend’s posts that you are tagged in?
Do you think a bad internet footprint is viewed as worse than lying on your resume?
Do you think a bad internet footprint is indicative of bad character?
|Step 1: Social media revolution|
|Step 2: Social me|
|Step 3: Banned social media|
|Step 4: Positive and negative aspects|
|Step 5: Social media trends|
|Step 6: How social media changes your brains|
|Step 1: Keep safe!|
|Step 2: Big brother is watching you|
|Step 3: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights|
|Step 4: Camera’s around the world|
|Step 5: Showroom Girls|
|Step 1: Freaks taking over your life|
|Step 3: Social media mindmap|
|Step 4: We are all connected|
|Step 5: Amazing mind reader|
|Step 6: Memes going viral|
|Step 1: Who would you like to be?|
|Step 2: Know your friends|
|Step 3: Is that the same woman?|
|Step 4: Alter ego|
|Step 5: Alter ego collection|
|Step 6: Photo editing|
|Step 1: Digital footprint|
|Step 2: Big data|
|Step 3: The future|
|Step 1: Changing appearance|
|step 2: Share your vision|
|Step 3: On a journey|
|Step 4: The wisdom of crowds.|
|Step 5 – For Dutch pupils|