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Policies and Guidelines

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on September 12, 2011 at 12:58:20 pm
 

Here we have included some templates that you can adapt to suit your own circumstances.  We have also included examples from organisations who have already created their own Social Media Policy and Guidelines.

 

POLICY TEMPLATES

 

Social Media Policy Template.docx this is a simple social media policy.

 

Social Media Policy Template by Eric Schwartzman - this is a great resource that clearly articulates all the areas that need to be included in a social media policy.  The information can be added and adapted to suit different organisations.

  

 

EXAMPLE POLICIES AND GUIDELINES 

 

Department of Justice Social Media Policy - this is the official policy for social media use at the Department of Justice and there is a great link to a Social Media Video

 

Mosman (NSW) Council Twitter Guidelines

 

National Library's Social Media Policy and Guidelines - this is a very comprehensive social media policy including risks and controls associated with social media activity.  This could easily be adapted for a local library.

 

NSW Department of Education and Training Social Media Policy

  

Public Libraries South Australia Social Media Guidelinesa page on their website that gives general advice about Facebook and Twitter in clear language.

 

Social Media Employee Policy Examples from over 100 organizations - there are many examples of policies and guidelines from companies and governments all over the world.

 

 

 

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