Uniting Students to Fulfill the Common Goal of Online Reputation Management
2016 Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference
North Canton, OH
Most college students are at least somewhat aware that negative personal information online can hinder their future employment prospects. In this session, we highlight a project that was designed to help management students recognize the potential pitfalls of their personal social media usage and how to be proactive about establishing a positive online reputation. In turn, these same management students are also assigned the task of helping others on campus achieve such awareness. This project therefore unites students across majors in a mutually beneficial way that serves both and deepens student learning.
Service, Social Media, Selection, Employment Law
Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Internet Law | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Kimberly W. O'Connor and Gordon B. Schmidt (2016).
Uniting Students to Fulfill the Common Goal of Online Reputation Management. Presented at 2016 Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, North Canton, OH.
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