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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Oh, that social media

Posted By on Tue, May 22, 2012 at 10:38 AM

You tell your kids, don't you, that the Internet is immortal? That anybody with a computer can see what you've posted on Facebook and Twitter? That future employers might look askance that things you might put there?

I hope people who work in higher education are driving that message home, even if they aren't always practicing what they preach.

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Like Anthony Chelte, the fired UALR College of Business dean, whose travel activities are under scrutiny, including conversion of a ticket charged as a business expense to a Hawaiian journey. Maybe he needs a new Facebook photo?

For now, you can also see a few photos and posts from his trips to France on his Twitter account. For example:

In the Eurozone this week. working with partner business school, Sup De Co Amiens, France.

The Twitter account went silent Dec. 29, days before he lost his deanship.

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