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1 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Face to Face: Diversity College and Facebook.com Presentation to the Dean of Student Life February 19, 2006 Jessica Belue, Director of Residence Life Jonathan Bove, Director of Information Technology Erin Miller, Student Orientation Leader Gabriel Reif, Assistant Director of Campus Police Services Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service

2 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Why Are We Here? Facebook is becoming increasingly popular on college campuses Facebook is becoming increasingly popular on college campuses 94% freshmen at UNC have Facebook profile (Stutzman, 2005) 94% freshmen at UNC have Facebook profile (Stutzman, 2005) Fall 2005: First-year male student at Diversity College arrested for logging into roommates account and sending threatening/harassing messages to female and LGBT students Fall 2005: First-year male student at Diversity College arrested for logging into roommates account and sending threatening/harassing messages to female and LGBT students Similar incidents at colleges nationwide reveal a trend that must be addressed (Anderson, 2005; Coomes, 2005; Schweitzer, 2005) Similar incidents at colleges nationwide reveal a trend that must be addressed (Anderson, 2005; Coomes, 2005; Schweitzer, 2005) Research demonstrates the importance of emphasizing the role of technology on campus (Miller & Viajar, 2001) Research demonstrates the importance of emphasizing the role of technology on campus (Miller & Viajar, 2001)

3 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Determining Our Focus Researched incidents occurring on campuses nationwide; noted three issues regarding Facebook usage: Researched incidents occurring on campuses nationwide; noted three issues regarding Facebook usage: Privacy Privacy Incrimination/Reputation Incrimination/Reputation Safety Safety Consulted Diversity College policies and federal, state, local, and case law Consulted Diversity College policies and federal, state, local, and case law Spoke with student leaders and explored Facebook to determine most popular features and relevant information Spoke with student leaders and explored Facebook to determine most popular features and relevant information Included tips throughout presentation on digital self defense to address broad issues of online safety Included tips throughout presentation on digital self defense to address broad issues of online safety

4 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Action Plan Create Student and Parent Summer Orientation Sessions regarding safe usage of Facebook.com; assess programs with survey Create Student and Parent Summer Orientation Sessions regarding safe usage of Facebook.com; assess programs with survey Develop online tutorial and quiz as a part of the College e-mail account registration process Develop online tutorial and quiz as a part of the College e-mail account registration process Collaborate with Case Management Team and Diversity College Assessment Team to review trends and suggest program changes to the appropriate personnel (meetings to occur annually) Collaborate with Case Management Team and Diversity College Assessment Team to review trends and suggest program changes to the appropriate personnel (meetings to occur annually) What follows is a mock-up of the proposed Student Orientation Session, survey, online tutorial and quiz (brief explanation proceeds each section)

5 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Student & Parent Facebook Orientations and Survey Parent Orientation Parent Orientation IT staff member leads informational session in computer lab IT staff member leads informational session in computer lab Parents gain knowledge to discuss appropriate Facebook usage with their students Parents gain knowledge to discuss appropriate Facebook usage with their students Student Orientation Student Orientation Icebreaker: students create Facebook profile nametags and friend one another based on common interests Icebreaker: students create Facebook profile nametags and friend one another based on common interests Staff and student representatives present constructive and destructive aspects of Facebook usage Staff and student representatives present constructive and destructive aspects of Facebook usage Facebook Session Survey Questions Facebook Session Survey Questions Included in overall Student Orientation assessment packet Included in overall Student Orientation assessment packet Results used to assess success and guide future sessions Results used to assess success and guide future sessions

6 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Face the Facts: Utilizing Facebook at Diversity College Presenters: Jessica Belue, Director of Residence Life Jonathan Bove, Director of Information Technology Erin Miller, Student Orientation Leader Gabriel Reif, Assistant Director of Campus Police Services Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service

7 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Activity: Facebook Unplugged Instructions for students: Take a nametag and write the following: Name Name Hometown Hometown Telephone Number Telephone Number Academic College Academic College Residence Hall Residence Hall Favorite Music Favorite Music Favorite Book Favorite Book Instructions for facilitators: Ask students to group themselves according to similarities in each category Ask students to group themselves according to similarities in each category Students should then introduce themselves to each other Students should then introduce themselves to each other Repeat for each category Repeat for each category During debrief, ask students if sharing any of the listed information made them feel uncomfortable During debrief, ask students if sharing any of the listed information made them feel uncomfortable

8 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Once upon a time… Napoleon stole his roommates Facebook password and used his account to send threatening messages to women on campus and start a homophobic and threatening Facebook group. Napoleons roommate returned home and was questioned by police & found innocent. Napoleon was caught by police, had a judicial hearing, and was suspended for harassment.

9 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Why this story? Based on actual events at Diversity College (D.C.) Other similar stories happen around the country every year. By knowing how to maintain your privacy and safety while using Facebook, your four years at D.C. will be enriching.

10 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Whats Facebook? Online network of people Online network of people Requires campus email to log in Requires campus email to log in Post pictures, hobbies, interests, etc. Post pictures, hobbies, interests, etc. Invite others to be listed as friends Invite others to be listed as friends Join groups with similar interests, post class schedule Join groups with similar interests, post class schedule Features a graffiti wall, picture albums, message component Features a graffiti wall, picture albums, message component

11 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service History of Facebook 101 Before Facebook online, facebooks were on paper!

12 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service History of Facebook 201 Facebook.com created February 2004 Facebook.com created February 2004 Authored by Mark Zuckerburg Authored by Mark Zuckerburg Originally intended for students at Harvard University (Current Magazine, 2004) Originally intended for students at Harvard University (Current Magazine, 2004) Connecting friends in residential houses Connecting friends in residential houses

13 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Why Do Students Use Facebook? Meet people with common interests Meet people with common interests Stay up to date on what is going on around campus Stay up to date on what is going on around campus Keep in touch with old friends Keep in touch with old friends Connect to a new community (especially helpful for incoming students) Connect to a new community (especially helpful for incoming students)

14 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Watch Yourself! When using Facebook, we must abide by 3 things: 1. Laws (federal, state, case and local) 2. The Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities (found at www.diversity.edu/code) 3. Facebook policies Some important examples of these policies…

15 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Laws Cannot threaten or incite violence (Brandenburg v. Ohio, 1969; Chaplinksy v. New Hampshire, 1942; Healy v. James, 1972; Tinker v. Des Moines, 1969) Cannot threaten or incite violence (Brandenburg v. Ohio, 1969; Chaplinksy v. New Hampshire, 1942; Healy v. James, 1972; Tinker v. Des Moines, 1969) Cannot sexually harass someone (in accordance with federal, state, and local laws, as well as Diversity College policy) Cannot sexually harass someone (in accordance with federal, state, and local laws, as well as Diversity College policy) Cannot falsify your identity (see above) Cannot falsify your identity (see above) Cannot stalk others (ORC Ann. § 2903.211) Cannot stalk others (ORC Ann. § 2903.211)

16 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service The Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities Right to: Safe campus environment free from discrimination Safe campus environment free from discrimination Freedom of speech (unless violates Facebook policies) Freedom of speech (unless violates Facebook policies) Use information technology systems in accordance with D.C. policies and laws Use information technology systems in accordance with D.C. policies and laws Responsibility to refrain from: Disrupting the functions of the college Disrupting the functions of the college Causing or threatening physical harm to self or others Causing or threatening physical harm to self or others Causing non-physical harm to others Causing non-physical harm to others

17 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Facebook Policy (Facebook.com, February 2006) By creating an account on Facebook.com, users agree not to: Upload, post, email, transmit or otherwise make available any content that we deem to be harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, vulgar, obscene, hateful, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable; Upload, post, email, transmit or otherwise make available any content that we deem to be harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, vulgar, obscene, hateful, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable; Impersonate any person or entity, or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent yourself or your affiliation with any person or entity; Impersonate any person or entity, or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent yourself or your affiliation with any person or entity; Upload, post, email, transmit or otherwise make available any unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, promotional materials, "junk mail," "spam," "chain letters," "pyramid schemes," or any other form of solicitation; Upload, post, email, transmit or otherwise make available any unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, promotional materials, "junk mail," "spam," "chain letters," "pyramid schemes," or any other form of solicitation; Upload, post, email, transmit or otherwise make available any material that contains software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment; Upload, post, email, transmit or otherwise make available any material that contains software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment; Intimidate or harass another; Intimidate or harass another; Use or attempt to use another's account, service or system without authorization from web site, or create a false identity on this web site. Use or attempt to use another's account, service or system without authorization from web site, or create a false identity on this web site.

18 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Lessons from the Past: Privacy Matters Mel and her friend throw a bikini party. Mel and her friend throw a bikini party. Mels friend posts pictures of the party on her Facebook profile. Mels friend posts pictures of the party on her Facebook profile. Mels Facebook profile includes her cell phone number, her residence hall room number, and indicates that she is logged on from her residence hall. Mels Facebook profile includes her cell phone number, her residence hall room number, and indicates that she is logged on from her residence hall. Mel receives a call from someone she doesnt know who says he saw her picture and wants some of that. Mel receives a call from someone she doesnt know who says he saw her picture and wants some of that. You can customize the privacy level of your profile, but always be mindful that NOTHING you put on the internet is truly private.

19 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Lessons from the Past: Getting CaughtIncrimination Pennsylvania State University, 2003 (Anderson, 2005) Upon defeating Ohio State in October 8 football game, students rushed the field. Upon defeating Ohio State in October 8 football game, students rushed the field. Students joined Facebook profile, I Rushed the Field After the OSU Game (And Lived!). Students joined Facebook profile, I Rushed the Field After the OSU Game (And Lived!). University Police received tip and utilized Facebook to identify and charge students. University Police received tip and utilized Facebook to identify and charge students. Pictures, groups, and postings online (posted by you or others) can be used to charge someone with a crime or policy violation.

20 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Lessons from the Past: Job on the LineReputation Christine Hirsch, President of Chicago Resources Uses online resources (Google, Facebook, etc.) to screen potential employees Uses online resources (Google, Facebook, etc.) to screen potential employees In one instance, a candidate who had received a verbal offer from her company had the offer revoked after information surfaced regarding his role in a fraternity prank involving public intoxication In one instance, a candidate who had received a verbal offer from her company had the offer revoked after information surfaced regarding his role in a fraternity prank involving public intoxication All people with a.edu email address have access to Facebook. This includes faculty and staff, as well as alumni/ae (and potential future employers)

21 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Lessons from the Past: Limits to Freedom of Speech At Diversity College, an undergraduate student created the Facebook group Fags are Among Us…DIE DIE DIE!!! At Diversity College, an undergraduate student created the Facebook group Fags are Among Us…DIE DIE DIE!!! Student suspended for harassing and threatening language Student suspended for harassing and threatening language While free speech is valued at Diversity College, speech that incites violence or disrupts the educational mission of the institution is subject to disciplinary action.

22 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Lessons from the Past: Keeping in Touch When I moved to Louisville from the small town of Campbellsville, KY, I left all of my friends from home…but with the click of a couple of buttons, I was able to find 80 different people who had graduated from Campbellsville High. -Wilson, University of Louisville Senior (Coomes, 2005) Facebook can be a great way to keep in touch with old friends and to make new ones, when it is used appropriately.

23 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Top Five List If you dont want Grandma or someone you dont trust to see it, dont post it. Respect your and others right to privacy and safety. If you dont want Grandma or someone you dont trust to see it, dont post it. Respect your and others right to privacy and safety. Freedom of speech freedom to say anything you want (with rights come responsibilities). Freedom of speech freedom to say anything you want (with rights come responsibilities). Encourage friends from home to build profiles so that you can stay in touch. Encourage friends from home to build profiles so that you can stay in touch. Check yourself. Dont spend more time on the computer than you do actually interacting with real, live people. Check yourself. Dont spend more time on the computer than you do actually interacting with real, live people. Write the names/emails of friends youve met here today, and invite them to be your friends once youve passed our online tutorial. Write the names/emails of friends youve met here today, and invite them to be your friends once youve passed our online tutorial.

24 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service What Happens Now? Enjoy the rest of Orientation! Enjoy the rest of Orientation! Before returning to D.C. this Fall, log on to the Orientation webpage to take the online IT tutorial. Before returning to D.C. this Fall, log on to the Orientation webpage to take the online IT tutorial. Upon receipt of your D.C. internet account, you can begin to build a Facebook profile. Upon receipt of your D.C. internet account, you can begin to build a Facebook profile. Any questions? Were happy to help along the way! Any questions? Were happy to help along the way!

25 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Survey to be included in Orientation Assessment Tool Answer on a scale of 1-5. 1 = Strongly agree, 2 = Agree, 3 = I dont know, 4 = Disagree, 5 = Strongly disagree 1. I have an understanding of policies that guide my use of Facebook. 2. I understand what Facebook is. 3. I understand why students want to use Facebook. 4. I plan to use facebook. 5. I understand my rights when using Facebook. 6. I understand my responsibilities when using Facebook. 7. I know how to use Facebook in ways that will protect my privacy appropriately. 8. I know how to use Facebook in ways that will not endanger my or others safety. Please provide comments to the following questions. 1. What information was helpful? 2. What was not helpful? 3. What questions do you still have or what else should be covered in this presentation?

26 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Facebook Online Tutorial Demonstration Presenters: Jessica Belue, Director of Residence Life Jonathan Bove, Director of Information Technology Erin Miller, Student Orientation Leader Gabriel Reif, Assistant Director of Campus Police Services Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service

27 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Tutorial and Quiz Demonstration What follows is a mock-up of the Facebook tutorial students will need to complete in order to finlaize the setup of their Diversity College email accounts. What follows is a mock-up of the Facebook tutorial students will need to complete in order to finlaize the setup of their Diversity College email accounts. In its final form, the content featured in the mock-up will be deployed in a web-based presentation that guides users through the setup of an example Facebook account In its final form, the content featured in the mock-up will be deployed in a web-based presentation that guides users through the setup of an example Facebook account The included images are snapshots of the final web pages, which will be modeled after the Facebook.com website. The included images are snapshots of the final web pages, which will be modeled after the Facebook.com website.

28 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Welcome to the Diversity College Facebook Tutorial We will be walking you through the setup for a generic Facebook profile We will be walking you through the setup for a generic Facebook profile Along each step of the way, well offer some helpful dos and donts Along each step of the way, well offer some helpful dos and donts At the completion of the tutorial, well ask you some questions At the completion of the tutorial, well ask you some questions Youll need to answer 8 out the 10 questions correctly to finish setting up your Diversity College account Youll need to answer 8 out the 10 questions correctly to finish setting up your Diversity College account

29 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Welcome to the Facebook Facebook is an online directory you can use to keep in touch with old friends and to make new ones. Facebook is an online directory you can use to keep in touch with old friends and to make new ones. You can post pictures, hobbies, interests, etc. You can post pictures, hobbies, interests, etc. We will begin by registering for a new Facebook account with our Diversity College email account. We will begin by registering for a new Facebook account with our Diversity College email account.

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31 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Registration In the name field, place your name as you would like it to appear throughout the Facebook. In the name field, place your name as you would like it to appear throughout the Facebook. Make sure you indicate your correct status: undergraduate, alumnus, grad student, faculty, or staff. Make sure you indicate your correct status: undergraduate, alumnus, grad student, faculty, or staff. Choose a password. It should not be the same as your Diversity College password. Choose a password. It should not be the same as your Diversity College password. Take the time to familiarize yourself with Facebook Terms of Use. Take the time to familiarize yourself with Facebook Terms of Use.

32 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Highlights from Facebook Terms of Use Dont upload, post, or make available any content that Facebook deems harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, vulgar, hateful, or otherwise objectionable. Dont upload, post, or make available any content that Facebook deems harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, vulgar, hateful, or otherwise objectionable. Dont impersonate any person or otherwise misrepresent yourself. Dont impersonate any person or otherwise misrepresent yourself. Dont post or email any unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, spam or other form of solicitation. Dont post or email any unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, spam or other form of solicitation. Dont post or email any material that contains software viruses or spyware. Dont post or email any material that contains software viruses or spyware. Dont intimidate or harass other users. Dont intimidate or harass other users. Dont attempt to use an account besides your own. Dont attempt to use an account besides your own.

33 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Facebook Confirmation Email Facebook will send you an email to confirm your identity. Click on the included link and proceed with making your Facebook profile. Facebook will send you an email to confirm your identity. Click on the included link and proceed with making your Facebook profile. Digital Self Defense Note: Facebook will only send you this email a single time. Clicking on links in future emails may cause you to download spyware. Digital Self Defense Note: Facebook will only send you this email a single time. Clicking on links in future emails may cause you to download spyware.

34 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Setting Up Your Profile When you click on the link in your email, you will be directed to the Facebook homepage. When you click on the link in your email, you will be directed to the Facebook homepage. Click on the edit button in the left-hand menu next to My Profile to create your profile. Click on the edit button in the left-hand menu next to My Profile to create your profile.

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36 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Contact Info Our example student has listed her cell phone number, hometown, campus address, and IM screen name. This information is now available to any Diversity College community member with a Facebook account. Our example student has listed her cell phone number, hometown, campus address, and IM screen name. This information is now available to any Diversity College community member with a Facebook account. The student has also listed several links to webpages containing personal pictures and information. This too is available to all Diversity College students. The student has also listed several links to webpages containing personal pictures and information. This too is available to all Diversity College students. Protect your privacy and prevent identity theft by only sharing personal information with users you have listed as friends. Protect your privacy and prevent identity theft by only sharing personal information with users you have listed as friends. If you have many friends, you may want to consider not sharing personal information. Remember that users can always contact you via your account. If you have many friends, you may want to consider not sharing personal information. Remember that users can always contact you via your account.

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38 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Personal Info On this page, our example student has posted personal information ranging from sexual preference and relationship status to favorite activities. On this page, our example student has posted personal information ranging from sexual preference and relationship status to favorite activities. Remember that anyone with a.edu email account, including faculty, friends, and future employers, can access Facebook and the information you post in your profile. Remember that anyone with a.edu email account, including faculty, friends, and future employers, can access Facebook and the information you post in your profile. Dont post information that you dont want to become public knowledge. Dont post information that you dont want to become public knowledge.

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40 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Courses Listing courses on Facebook is a popular way to get to know your classmates. Listing courses on Facebook is a popular way to get to know your classmates. Do feel free to contact classmates about study sessions or upcoming exams. Do feel free to contact classmates about study sessions or upcoming exams. If you have questions about collaboration and plagiarism policies at Diversity College, please refer to the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities. If you have questions about collaboration and plagiarism policies at Diversity College, please refer to the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Do remember to get to know your classmates before you give them full access as friends to your account. Do remember to get to know your classmates before you give them full access as friends to your account. Beware -- Posting your courses can let other users know your schedule. You may not want others to know when you are and are not in your room. Beware -- Posting your courses can let other users know your schedule. You may not want others to know when you are and are not in your room.

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42 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Adding a Picture Facebook allows every user to attach a picture to his or her account, which is visible to the entire worldwide Facebook community. Facebook allows every user to attach a picture to his or her account, which is visible to the entire worldwide Facebook community. Facebook forbids posting copyrighted or inappropriate material. Facebook forbids posting copyrighted or inappropriate material. Posting suggestive or sexual imagery is highly discouraged. Posting suggestive or sexual imagery is highly discouraged. In lieu of a personal photo, some students prefer to post other appropriate images to further protect their identities. In lieu of a personal photo, some students prefer to post other appropriate images to further protect their identities.

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44 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Adding Pictures Facebook allows users to create picture albums that are visible to selected segments of the Facebook community, determined by the account owner. Facebook allows users to create picture albums that are visible to selected segments of the Facebook community, determined by the account owner. However, remember that when you tag another user in one of your photos, your photo becomes visible to everyone who can see your friends account. However, remember that when you tag another user in one of your photos, your photo becomes visible to everyone who can see your friends account. Diversity College urges you to use caution when posting and tagging pictures. Diversity College urges you to use caution when posting and tagging pictures.

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46 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Dos and Donts: Privacy Settings Users can set privacy settings on the My Privacy page. Users can set privacy settings on the My Privacy page. Diversity College recommends that you upgrade your settings from Default to Reserved Diversity College recommends that you upgrade your settings from Default to Reserved You can also select the Custom option if you want to make certain portions of your profile private. You can also select the Custom option if you want to make certain portions of your profile private.

47 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Digital Self Defense: A Quick Introduction Identity thieves will use any source of information they can find, including Facebook. Identity thieves will use any source of information they can find, including Facebook. You should create a unique password for your Facebook account. Using the same password for everything is dangerous. You should create a unique password for your Facebook account. Using the same password for everything is dangerous. Avoid posting information on your profile that banks or government use to confirm your identity, such as your home address or mothers maiden name. Avoid posting information on your profile that banks or government use to confirm your identity, such as your home address or mothers maiden name. Want more info on keeping safe online? Attend one of the IT departments monthly digital self defense seminars (http://it.diversity.edu/dsd) Want more info on keeping safe online? Attend one of the IT departments monthly digital self defense seminars (http://it.diversity.edu/dsd)

48 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Congratulations! You have completed the informational portion of the tutorial and are now ready to begin the quiz. To complete this portion of your account registration, you must correctly answer 8 or more of the following 10 questions. To continue with the quiz, Click here

49 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 1 When creating a Facebook account password, use: a.) a password that includes personal information b.) a password that is easy to remember c.) the same password that you use to log into the Diversity College system d.) a password that contains only letters

50 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 1 When creating a Facebook account password, use: a.) b.) a password that is easy to remember c.)d.)

51 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 2 Which of the following is not a violation of the facebook terms of use? a.) using your friends account b.) pretending that you are Kermit the Frog c.) creating a group for Playboy magazine supporters d.) adding a link to your profile that connects to your family business

52 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 2 Which of the following is not a violation of the facebook terms of use? a.)b.) c.) creating a group for Playboy magazine supporters d.)

53 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 3 Which of the following uses of Facebook does not violate the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities at Diversity College? a.) posting photos of yourself drinking in a first-year students residence hall room b.) continuing to contact another D.C. Facebook user after they have asked you to stop c.) looking up the cell phone number of a student you do not know d.) repeatedly posting derogatory comments on another users account

54 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 3 Which of the following uses of Facebook does not violate the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities at Diversity College? a.)b.) c.) looking up the cell phone number of a student you do not know d.)

55 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 4 Which of the following individuals can view (at the default privacy setting) what you post in your Facebook account? a.) you b.) users you list as friends c.) alumni/ae of Diversity College d.) all of the above

56 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 4 Which of the following individuals can view (at the default privacy setting) what you post in your Facebook account? a.)b.)c.) d.) all of the above

57 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 5 In order to prevent identity theft, which of the following pieces of information should you take special care to protect: a.) your home address b.) your political affiliation c.) your name d.) your favorite movie

58 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 5 In order to prevent identity theft, which of the following pieces of information should you take special care to protect: a.) your home address b.)c.)d.)

59 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 6 Which of the following uses of Facebook does Diversity College discourage? a.) connecting with other students in your courses b.) posting suggestive or sexual imagery c.) joining groups that support student protests d.) expressing unpopular political opinions

60 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 6 Which of the following uses of Facebook does Diversity College discourage? a.) b.) posting suggestive or sexual imagery c.)d.)

61 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 7 Which of the following terms does not refer to a privacy level setting on Facebook.com? a.) normal b.) reserved c.) paranoid d.) high-security

62 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 7 Which of the following terms does not refer to a privacy level setting on Facebook.com? a.)b.)c.) d.) high-security

63 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 8 When posting on Facebook.com, you need not abide by which of the following? a.) Diversity College Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities b.) State and federal laws c.) Facebook terms of use d.) Roberts Rules of Order

64 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 8 When posting on Facebook.com, you need not abide by which of the following? a.)b.)c.) d.) Roberts Rules of Order

65 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 9 Which of the following pieces of information could not be used by a potential stalker? a.) your full name b.) your cell phone number c.) your aim screen name d.) all of this information can be used

66 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 9 Which of the following pieces of information could not be used by a potential stalker? a.)b.)c.) d.) all of this information can be used

67 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 10 Why is it necessary to be informed about Facebook? a.) to stay in touch with friends from home b.) to utilize it to the best of your ability to connect with others at Diversity College c.) to maintain the safety and security of the D.C. community d.) all of the above

68 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Question 10 Why is it necessary to be informed about Facebook? a.)b.)c.) d.) all of the above

69 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Congratulations! You have successfully completed the Diversity College online Facebook tutorial! Your score on the quiz was an outstanding 90%. Click on the link below to complete your campus account registration process: Click here

70 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Other Issues Role of Faculty/Staff Role of Faculty/Staff Roadshow presentations by Assistant Dean of Students to discuss collaborative efforts on campus in addressing Facebook issues Roadshow presentations by Assistant Dean of Students to discuss collaborative efforts on campus in addressing Facebook issues Faculty/staff may contact Assistant Dean if they notice any disruptive or potentially unsafe material Faculty/staff may contact Assistant Dean if they notice any disruptive or potentially unsafe material Faculty/staff held to same expectations as student members of community Faculty/staff held to same expectations as student members of community While Facebook is the most popular online network, many other such networks exist, and it is increasingly important for Diversity College staff to develop an understanding of this online phenomenon. While Facebook is the most popular online network, many other such networks exist, and it is increasingly important for Diversity College staff to develop an understanding of this online phenomenon.

71 Diversity College Excellence in Scholarship, Leadership, and Service What Weve Learned As technology has expanded at colleges and universities, printed directories have been replaced by Facebook and other online networks. As technology has expanded at colleges and universities, printed directories have been replaced by Facebook and other online networks. Facebook is a powerful virtual extension of physical campus communities. Facebook is a powerful virtual extension of physical campus communities. Facebook has had both positive and negative impacts on college campuses around the world. Facebook has had both positive and negative impacts on college campuses around the world. By understanding the benefits and potential hazards of Facebook, college and university community members can utilize it most effectively. By understanding the benefits and potential hazards of Facebook, college and university community members can utilize it most effectively. For many traditional-age students, Facebook is not just an interesting gimmick, rather it is an indispensable facet of millennial culture. For many traditional-age students, Facebook is not just an interesting gimmick, rather it is an indispensable facet of millennial culture.

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