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In this presentation we will be talking about how we as a University can use Social Media and Networking Technologies to stay

connected with our students. We will also discuss how this will help to improve our school community. We will go over the social media networks that we can use, how we can accomplish school goals, and the advantages and disadvantages of social networking. Our discussion will include information about the system development life cycle and how the University can bring social networking to life with the system development cycle.

Social networks are websites that allow users to upload their content to the Web in the form of text, voice, images, and videos (Ranier & Cegielski, 2011, p. 179).

Facebooks mission is to give people the power to share and make world more open and connected (Facebook, 2014)

A real-time information network that connects you to the latest stories, ideas, opinions, and news about what you find interesting (Twitter.com, 2014)

Connects professionals with the hope of achieving more success (LinkedIn.com, 2014)

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Students enjoy social media and network technology business Colleges can make use of this by incorporating strategies into normal curriculum to improve communication Helps students stay more engaged as an educational tool

Integrates seamlessly with clients business application s

Operates with all carriers and phones

Instant delivery of personalized multimedia in cell phone without user intervention

Delivery of turnkey business solutions Read confirmatio n and replay (even when no wireless coverage)

Advantages
Award winning creation of instructive mobile multimedia content

No software or setting changes necessary to phone

Promote college campus and student activities Helps students become more aware of whats happening in their campus community Increases student participation

Students will post their goals on the site They will list their long term and short term goals They will update their status when their goals are within reach or have been reached

Easy public access to photos and other posted information that evildoers use for illicit purposes means no privacy May become a distraction to students as they may spend more time on social sites instead of doing schoolwork, becoming antisocial Cyberbullying is becoming a major problem in the social networking community

The traditional system development method that organizes use for large-scale IT projects (Ranier & Cegielski, 2011, p. 402)

1. Preliminary investigation

6. Systems Maintenance

2. Systems analysis

5. Systems implementation

3. Systems design

4. Systems development

Feasibility Study 2. Identify specific requirements 3. System blueprint 4. Develop and test 5. Convert from old to new 6. Evaluate The university will monitor each phase of the SDLC to ensure student privacy and confidentiality of information is not at risk
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Social networking can be useful to the students and the colleges or universities because of the integration of student participation and student awareness of activities and goals. Privacy and confidentiality, the major issues of social networking integration, need to be addressed and fixed in order for the integration to work properly. Awareness and implementation of the Systems Development Life Cycle is a must.

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