There are commonly asked questions when creating or rebranding your social initiatives. Please see the following social network help centers.
University Social Media
Office of University Relations
Nova Southeastern University
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
At Nova Southeastern University, we realize social media is a powerful communication tool that enables open discussion and learning between NSU and our many constituents. It also has a significant impact on organizational and professional reputations.
Because it blurs the lines between personal voice and institutional voice, NSU has created a university-wide Social Media ToolKit including a Social Media Policy for students, staff, and faculty to assist in clarifying and help improve personal and professional reputations when engaging in social media.
Employees need to follow the same behavioral standards online as they would in real life. The same laws, professional expectations, and guidelines for interacting with students, parents, alumni, donors, media, and other university constituents apply to online social media accounts as they do in the real world. As with everything, we are guided by our eight core values. Employees are liable for anything they post to social media sites.
Social media tools, uses and challenges are changing rapidly and NSU will continue to monitor strategies and best practices for using these media. As a result, the policy will continue to evolve. Please send suggestions or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.