Lease this WebApp and get rid of the ads.
Paige Moretz
Agree
Wed Jul 10, 2013 13:01
152.10.130.173

It's awful we have to be so careful, but it's always wiser to be careful. And that's a good point that just having some things hidden and some things not could be suspicious. Also, doesn't information you use at school become subject to some type of law where you have to reveal it in court if there's ever an issue? I can't remember what it's called, but I believe you have to reveal your notes, etc., if they are on school property. That could apply to a social bookmarking site you use on school property, and the private stuff could be subject to that law too. Just something to consider!

Good observations.

  • Social Bookmarking - Cindi Bradshaw, Tue Jul 9 20:21
    Morgan I already have one too, it is fairly new, but I wonder if it would not be best to keep one just for school. I feel like a twitter just for school may be best as well. I have had a twitter for... more
    • jobs and social media - Karie Steelman, Wed Jul 10 13:26
      I love finding ways to make connections for kids but sometimes I don't like how our jobs are included on social media. It's not that I post bad things on there but I love posting pictures of things... more
    • Agree - Paige Moretz, Wed Jul 10 13:01
      • Agree x2 - lohrmk, Wed Jul 10 14:47
        I also agree that it is better safe than sorry! I have personal social networking sites like Facebook and Pinterest but I try to keep all of the separate from school. I don't friend students or... more
        • So True! - Paige Moretz, Wed Jul 10 22:23
          I think it's always best to have two separate accounts. I mean, most of us are not doing anything nefarious online, but things can be so misinterpreted! I would never friend students or parents... more
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