Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 2:30 PM
Location: Room 2
Your students represent your brand, they wear your school’s swag and they identify themselves as students of your school. They are your ambassadors whether you want them to be or not; what they do and say and how they behave online is very much out of your control.
Social platforms: it’s where they hang out, where they socialize, where they share their victories and defeats, where they celebrate year-end. It’s where they pose with their squad, show off their school swag, and their love for the team.
And then there are those that show a lot more: nude photos, sexually inappropriate content, racial slurs, misogynist messages, and overall inappropriate behaviour – some of it illegal.
In this session you’ll learn how to teach your students about how to be in control of their digital identity – we’ll draw on real life examples and learn how to leave your students feeling savvier and empowered, and laughing at themselves.
Friday, October 13, 2017, posted in Conference News
Welcome to the 100+ webbies, social media gurus, UX fiends and conversion aficionados from across Western’s campus, its affiliated university colleges, the #ldnont communications community and our neighbouring universities and... Read more
We are over the moon to announce that our first two local #PSEWEB meetups have been confirmed! The University of Saskatchewan will be the first ever regional #PSEWEB event. They are offering a half-day mini-conference for folks in the... Read more
We’ve been going through some changes. One exciting change is that we’ve incorporated and are becoming a not-for-profit! We’ve always operated with a mission to keep costs low and return profits to the community, but this... Read more