Monthly Archives: November 2012

a guide to friending/tweeting/blogging with non-peers

Ok, so having throughly convinced you in my last post that using social media with non-peers is extremely important…I want to make a list of guiding principles for connecting with non-peers on social media sites. While I have thought carefully … Continue reading

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the benefits of friending/tweeting/blogging with non-peers

One of the most interesting and pressing questions I’ve been thinking about and discussing recently (with colleagues, at NWSA, and with friends) is how to use Facebook, Twitter, and blogging sites while connected to all the different audiences in your … Continue reading

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NWSA Annual Conference: fascinating topics and challenging interactions

Last weekend I got to attend the National Women’s Studies Association annual conference. I went to the conference with a sense of dread (as is common for young professors going to their professional conferences) but it turned out to be … Continue reading

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