click on the link to watch Google Education On Air: http://youtu.be/gNjnqwJdwt4
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This Google Education On Air provides practical and actionable strategies to students enhance their online reputation as they seek scholarships, employment, and admission to competitive colleges. We’ll also discuss today’s online reputation landscape and what’s in store for the future. What are best practice examples of engaging students when talking about online reputation and where are the most useful resources? Tune in, join the discussion, and ask your students’ toughest online reputation questions.
Anne Collier is a journalist, a writer, a youth advocate, founder and executive director of the Net Family News (www.NetFamilyNews.org), and co-director of Connect Safely (www.ConnectSafely.org). Anne serves on Facebook’s Safety Advisory Board and the advisory boards of Family Online Safety Institute and GetNetWise.org.
Tim Lordan is the executive director and council for the Internet Education Foundation (http://www.neted.org/) and developed Net Safety Tips on the go (www.NetSafetyApp.org). Tim also manages GetNetWise.org, the Internet Caucus Advisory Committee, and the State of the Net.
Sue Sheburne an adjunct faculty member in the Biobehavioral Health Department and an Assistant Director at the Morgan Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes at Penn State University (http://www.gopsusports.com/genrel/sherburne_sue00.html). Sue also oversees or advises the Athletic Department’s Nagle CHAMPUS/Life Skills Program, the Athletic Director’s Leadership Institute, and the Student-Athlete Advisory Board.
Dan Kent is founder and executive director of Net Literacy (www.NetLiteracy.org) and oversees the Net Reputation (http://www.netreputation.org/) initiative. He is a student at Yale School of Management.