Monthly Archives: July 2013

Social Media Use Among College Student Services Faculty & Staff

I conducted a survey of ten peers, who work in the field of student services in higher education, on their use of social media. The results were as suspected in regards to the infrequent use of social media in a … Continue reading

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Participating in the world of social media: the good and ugly side to it

I admit that I’m not the biggest user of social media aside from sporadically updating my Facebook page. I have never participated on Twitter until this class, I’ve never used Instagram, my LinkedIn profile has been dormant for several years … Continue reading

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Getting lots of things done…..but not really

The topic of multitasking is something that comes up in every aspect of life whether you’re at home or at work or at with friends. Everyone is trying to do five things at once to get everything done: answering the … Continue reading

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Internet Privacy

What privacy, right?? With the rise and daily use of social media in every aspect of most people’s lives today, it is hard to imagine that privacy really exists any more. Unless someone truly lives “off the grid” or uses … Continue reading

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About me…..

Aloha! My name is Reid, and I was born and raised on Oahu.  I earned a BBA degree in Management Information Systems from UH-Manoa, but I’m obviously not in that career field whatsoever. After graduating from UH, I spent one … Continue reading

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