Lesson Learned

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This is about a Digital Footprint: A girl posts something on her Instagram that the college that she wants to get into sees. But in the video she was doing something that wasn't acceptable and illegal so the college denies her acceptance and she doesn't get in. This shows that you need to watch what you post because literally everyone could see your post and it will reflect on you. Citation: Nielsen, Lisa. Weblog post. The Innovative Educator, 26 Oct. 2014, theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2014/10/ digital-footprint-advice-from-experts.html. Accessed 18 June 2018.

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  •  After school
  • Hey mom, any word back from Duke yet?
  • Not yet but I expect the acceptance letter any day now. 
  • Later that evening
  • Yeah, me too! I had a great time. 
  • Time to check my Instagram! So glad I had one last party before school was out!
  • Later....
  • OMG, that's crazy! 
  • Wow! 150 views on my beer pong video!
  • The next day, at Duke University
  • Look what I found on this applicant's Instagram account!
  • This is NOT the kind of student we want representing our school. Deny her application. 
  • One week later
  • What? Are you kidding me? 
  • Honey, I am so sorry but you didn't get into Duke. The letter said you didn't have a "positive online reputation" (Nielsen). 
  • Later that evening
  • Because of that stupid Instagram post, I didn't get into Duke. I should have never posted it in the first place. 
  • That's awful. I didn't think that could actually happen. Who knew that colleges would look at your social media?
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