One Response to “The NCAA, Student-Athletes, and Social Media”

  1. Lauren,

    Great info here and I enjoyed reading about your experiences as well. The link you provide to the CSIDA site has some other information in the article that may have been even more germane to our conversation. Michigan has decided to handle the social media question by instituting a policy for athletes. Here is the link http://www.cosida.com/media/documents/2012/11/University_of_Michigan_social_media_agreement_for_athletes.pdf. It’s an interesting approach and one I recommend for every nonprofit that is considering social media.

    This post flows nicely into our other conversation about personal and professional as well.

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