Teaching Social Media: Resources

I teach social media marketing and tech at the undergraduate and graduate level. I'll share resources here for other educators.

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    Online Database of Social Media Policies

    If you are looking for examples of profit and non-profit social media policies, here is a great list.

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    Social Media and the Internet: A Retrospective

    A brief read and conversation starter to give students about social media history

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    50 Top Tools for Social Media Monitoring, Analytics, and Management | Social Media Today

    This comprehensive list includes free tools your students can use to get an understanding of metrics such as Klout, HootSuite, Social Mention and Google Alerts.

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    The Anatomy of a Tweet (infographic)

    This infographic is a great introduction to students on tweeting done "right" (for professional purposes).

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    Mashable's Twitter and Facebook Guidebooks

    Mashable covers the top social media news on topics like Facebook, YouTube, Gmail, Twitter, Amazon, Pinterest and More.

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    A History of Social Media [Infographic]

    Identifies key developments in the digital space from 1971-2012 that have facilitated the evolution of social media.

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    Socialnomics Video 2013

    This is the 4th version of the world's most watched social media video series "Social Media Revolution. Written by international keynote speaker and best selling author Erik Qualman 

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    Facebook for Business | Facebook

    A starting place to introduce students to Facebook pages for Business.

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    Understanding the term 'Social Graph'

    This article can help students comprehend key concepts like connection and a social web.

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