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33 Social Media Career Tips [infographics]

33 Social Media Career Tips [infographics] | teaching with technology | Scoop.it

Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest and Google+ are all sites that are gaining popularity on the Web and employer know it, which is why it’s important to optimize Internet presence with some social media career tips.

As companies search for their next viable candidate, sifting through hundreds and thousands of resumes for the perfect one, a common deciding factor is their presence online. While it is important to make one’s presence known, some commit the seriously sinful acts online, consequently deterring any potential future with a company and even the dream job.

With a few online image-building tips and strategic planning, these infographics can help individuals fight off the status-sharing obsession as well as reveal what employers are looking for in candidates online-wise. The social media career tips also explain how people can Tweet, Like, Pin or Plus 1 to maximize hiring potential for their desired field...


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christa appleton's curator insight, February 18, 2013 5:50 AM

Social media has become an important vehicle for supporting the CV and therefore employability. Its important learners are educated about the importance of a postive online presence, Infographics are great for summing an idea visually making it easy to digest. 

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Digital literacies for student employability: Spotlight on work placements | Digitally Ready

Digital literacies for student employability: Spotlight on work placements | Digitally Ready | teaching with technology | Scoop.it

Rachel and I were invited to speak at the Teaching & Learning Showcase on ‘Assessing work placements’ here at Reading yesterday.

 

The showcase events are a series of informal lunchtime gatherings which provide an opportunity for colleagues to share T & L practices and ideas. The format is three speakers talking about a common topical issue for ten minutes each, with time for questions and discussion at the end.


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