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Differentiate between work-related and personal use of social media (ACWSCL008)

Elaborations
  • determining the types of social media used in workplaces and the reasons for their use
  • explaining why personal and workplace online identities differ
  • investigating online identities and determining which would appeal to a future employer
  • investigating the implications for future career paths of unwise use of social media
ScOT terms

Social media,  Workplace communication

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