A 14-page explanatory guide that highlights the essential portions of the guidelines and answers commonly asked questions, including those on privacy, HIPAA and the most effective ways to use social media. For beginners and those with more social media experience.
Facebook is a social network that allows you to interact with friends and organizations through status updates, which can include text, photos, video and links to websites. Facebook users can take part in polls, post comments or messages, and send personal notes to other users.
YouTube is a platform to watch, upload and share videos. You can see highlights from Einstein programs and events and get the latest research and health news—all through videos you can share with your friends and community. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube site where you can choose to receive information about new video postings.
Twitter is a social networking website that allows you to connect with organizations, friends, and even celebrities through short, text-based messages. Twitter feeds are miniature blogs where each "tweet" is just 140 characters. You can subscribe or "follow" a twitter feed to receive updates from your favorite contacts automatically. Who do we follow? Check us out on Paper.li, an application that highlights some of our favorite accounts each day at: The Einstein College of Medicine Daily.
LinkedIn is a premiere resource for exchanging business information, opportunities and ideas. It's also a great way to meet colleagues and other professionals and to expand your network. Connect with Einstein on LinkedIn to engage with our vibrant community of scientists, educators and staff.
iTunes is a digital media application used for playing and organizing digital video and audio files. It's also an interface to manage popular Apple products including the iPhone, iPod and iPad. By visiting Einstein on iTunesU, you can stream or download our wide selection of video and audio podcasts on your mobile device or computer. With iTunes, your favorite content moves with you.
Real Simple Syndication, known as RSS feeds, allow you to automatically receive fresh content from websites and blogs. Once you subscribe to the Einstein News or Features RSS feed, you will receive the latest headlines as soon as they are posted to Einstein's web site - delivered to you in one place through a feed reader. With an RSS feed, you'll always be up to date on the latest from Einstein.