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lol...OMG!: What Every Student Needs to Know About Online Reputation Management, Digital Citizenship and Cyberbullying Paperback – September 27, 2011
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Ivester isn't preachy or dogmatic - instead, in "Becoming a Conscious Creator of Content," he gives students a series of questions to consider: "Why are you doing this [sharing info online]? Is now the right time? Where is your line between public and private? And How controversial do you want to be?Read more ›
I developed a simple study guide, created a set of discussion boards, and gave students points for posting and doing the study guide. A much higher percentage of my students read this book, liked it, talked about it, and many used it as a resource for one of the assigned papers. I was so pleased with their responses; my high school students (enrolled in an online class) told me, "Our whole high school needs to read this book!"
The main drawback for me was its brevity... It is only a little more than 100 pages and is written in bigger-than-average font at about 1.5 spacing. So it's really more like a large pamphlet than a regular-sized book. But while that was disappointing to me because I would have been eager to read even more on the topic, it might be a plus to others (e.g., teens who are reluctant to read something given to them by a parent).
1. Straightforward language and examples that a person can understand with no background in online communities research.
2. Brevity, particularly since the book appears to be padded with extraneous content to boost the page count.
3. Applicability, the plain language and compact content make for a book that is impactful without much effort to review.
4. The discussion on biases in Chapter 5 is the strongest content and it is clear the author invested time in explaining the topic for comprehension.
5. The discussion highlighting the impact of cyber bullying is a close second and is a topic other books on personal branding and online reputation typically do not address in this level of detail.
1. As a general impression, the author opted too many times for platitudes and generalities to get through a given topic than to cite case studies, news reports, or prior research.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great thorough overview for students and parents who plan to participate and interact with anyone online...so almost everyone. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel E Perez
This is a neat book and a quick read. The content is already slightly dated, but that is to be expected given the topic.Published 16 months ago by Jennifer Soehngen
I just taught a Senior Seminar in Psychology, where we read this book (& one by Rogers, 1961) and discussed the implications, both personally and professionally. Read morePublished on March 21, 2014 by JFDII
10-12 children sacrificed per year using automated technology to cyber bully children till they commit suicide. Read more
The title says it all. The book is by the creator of JuicyCampus.com, a "free speech" gossip site where people could post what they wanted without accountability, and which... Read morePublished on November 9, 2013 by readingfool
Written for college students, this book focuses on the topic of cyber bullying and reputation. This type of book should be read by every young person who is trying to find a job... Read morePublished on January 22, 2013 by Michigan Mom
You will want to read and share this book. I work with students all over the United States and I am constantly amazed at how much students do not know about the web nor how naive... Read morePublished on January 6, 2013 by Waldo