Social networking is a great way to keep in touch, share your views and become part of the global debate.

Prospective students, current students, staff, alumni and the wider academic community can all get involved in social networks, whether it is adding your expert opinion to a current issue or starting a group page for your club or society. 

Robert Gordon University promotes a responsible attitude to participation to staff and students alike.


Users keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues, share photos and videos.


Members broadcast short update posts called tweets and follow accounts of interest.


Members broadcast picture update posts.


LinkedIn is where to manage your professional online identity.


YouTube is a video-sharing website on which users can upload, view and share videos.


Blogs are online journals that are regularly updated and usually intended for a public audience.

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Find out about other social media channels including Google+ and Pintrest

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Social networking is a great way to keep in touch, share your views and become part of the global debate.

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Find out how to set up a new RGU social media account.

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This guidance is in addition to and complements any existing or future policies regarding the use of technology, computers, e-mail and the internet.
For example HR policies (staff), Academic Regulations (students) and use of IT policies (all).

Any media that allows individuals to create and publish their own online content is in scope.