October 8, 2012
GLHS' Free Community U. Workshop: Digital Citizenship
one's resume is not the only thing college admissions officers and
employers consider when selecting prospects. Nearly all of us have a
digital footprint, or a trail of what we post online.
Many now use Google and similar search tools seeking that digital footprint. When they do — and they will — what will they see associated with your name or your child's name? Come
discuss how we can help our students (and ourselves)
learn to be responsible digital citizens as they use more social media and other web-based tools.
workshop is led by GLHS Principal Dwight Carter and GLHS Work and
Family Life teacher Keah Germany, in Lincoln HS's newest addition, Clark
Hall, room 221, 380 Granville Street.
The workshop begins at 6 p.m
. Please RSVP by Fri., Oct. 5, 2012
, by clicking here
About Community University
This workshop is part of a larger Community University
initiative hosted by Gahanna Lincoln High School. It is one in a series
of Web 2.0 tools and similar classes about the technology
students use in and out of school. The workshops are open to all, at no
cost, and traditionally take place from 6-7 p.m., on the first Monday of
each month, except in January.
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