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Social Media and Queen's Social Media Task Force was established in late 2008 to
 

Summary: Social Media and Queen's
Social Media Task Force was established in late 2008 to:
research and review social media practices at Queen's and
beyond. At the time the activity was increasing daily.
10 Queen's Facebook sites (Agnes, Bookstore,
Career Services, etc.)
8 unofficial Facebook sites related to Queen's
(Don't Cancel Homecoming, Bring Back Queen's
Homecoming, etc)
numerous YouTube and Flickr activity student postings
8 Blogs (Admissions, Human Media Lab, ITS. etc.)
provide recommendations for usage for Queen's
Develop Social Media Guidelines for Queen's
Approved by Diane Kelly (May 25th) and Communications
Task Force (May 27th)
Link to guidelines is posted on the web site under
www.queensu.ca/identity
Establish a presence for Queen's in various forms of
social media "official Queen's University sites"
Social media sites are to capture audience and drive traffic

  

Source: Abolmaesumi, Purang - School of Computing, Queen's University (Kingston)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences