Academics

Social Media Guidelines

Three Rivers Community College Educational Technology Committee Social Media Guidelines

Social Media & Communication Resources

You can get information and updates about the college and voice your opinions at the following links.

  1. iTunes U header photoiTunes U: You can view video information about clubs, see students' and professors' descriptions of courses, and watch descriptions of the college's technology resources, as well as find video of the latest college ceremonies and events.
  2. Clock tower photoThree Rivers Facebook: Become a fan for official news and information about the college.
  3. Student Programs Facebook: The Student Programs department posts information on events and activities specifically for students.
  4. Twitter photo (blue bird)Twitter: You can get short-form, frequent information about the college and college events. View the feeds, subscribe, or send them to your phone as text messages (sms).
  5. YouTube photoYouTube: Many of our faculty and staff members communicate using YouTube videos for class. Blackboard Learn also incorporates the ability to show YouTube. The Nursing department has several student  project videos in YouTube. 3 Ft & Rising is a past project in which college students created short video projects showing the joys of college life.
  6. Blogger logo Wordpress logo Blogs: Many of our faculty and staff members communicate using blogs for class and college events. Below are a few that may interest you.
  7. delicious logodelicious:  Some faculty and staff use delicious to save and share web page book marks for students. The link shows ePortfolio bookmarks from LaGuardia Community College, a TRCC partner college for ePortfolio.