How Schools Can Help Their Students to Strengthen Their Online Reputations

  title={How Schools Can Help Their Students to Strengthen Their Online Reputations},
  author={Joris Van Ouytsel and Michel Walrave and Koen Ponnet},
  journal={The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas},
  pages={180 - 185}
Abstract Social media are at the heart of the daily communications of adolescents. In many cases, however, adolescents are unaware of the consequences of the long-term availability of their online personal information. Given the rising prevalence of online background checks on potential partners, college applicants, and job candidates, online search results could have an increasing impact on the future personal and professional relationships of young people. This article discusses the need to… Expand
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