Social media skills
How do you compare? Create a better online you can help you see how your thoughts and feelings about social media compare to your peers.
Social media can be a great way of making yourself stand out from the crowd so that you can land a job.
Social media can be a great way to connect with friends and keep up to date with what's happening, but it has its downsides too.
Understand your social media rights and responsibilities.
About this resource
These social media resources were created as the result of a comprehensive literature review, environmental scan, interviews with key internal and external stakeholders, and in discussion with undergraduate students at QUT.
They are not intended to be comprehensive or prescriptive. Rather, it is hoped that they will prompt reflection and encourage students to seek further information or clarification on the many issues (both positive and negative) social media present in day to day life.
A guide for academic staff (PDF, 1.4MB) is available to support academic staff who wish to use these social media modules in their teaching.
We would welcome any feedback or questions you may have about the social media resources.
With the exception of the images, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Images in this resource were sourced from iStockphoto.com and used under license agreement with iStock International Inc.