Social media is considered a public record, and as public entities, school districts must comply with public records and Freedom of Information laws in their state. Social media archiving helps school districts and educational organizations of all sizes remain compliant by archiving and capturing public records created on social media.
In addition to compliance, archiving social media also reduces the risk for school district’s use of social media. Social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have become one of the quickest and most effective ways to communicate with parents, faculty, staff, and students on news and events happening around the district. As more critical communications occur on social media, school districts and other educational institutions are finding it equally as critical to ensure these communications are retained and are reproducible.
A social media archive enables districts to preserve in-context and authentic records, including those records that may have been removed, edited, or hidden by community members. Districts can search and pull content and records from the archive whenever they are needed.
Archiving social media gives districts peace of mind and efficiency – so districts can focus on showcasing all the incredible work going on in the district.
Trusted by more than 5,000 organizations, including Spokane Public Schools and Detroit Public Schools Community District, ArchiveSocial is the leading provider of social media archiving solutions for school districts. ArchiveSocial connects directly to social networks to ensure complete compliance with the public record laws in all 50 states.
“ArchiveSocial is very useful in a school district where we are managing more than 5 social media accounts and we need to have access for public records should we need it.”
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Learn more about social media archiving for school districts and educational institutions with these resources.
Social Media Policy Template for School Districts
12 Habits of Safe Social Media for Schools
Social Media Strategy Guide for K-12 Communicators
Engaging school communities through social media – Inside tips from communicators
Comment Moderation Guide
Clay County School District Grows Social Media & Stays Ahead of Risk with ArchiveSocial
Central Kitsap School District Schools Embrace Social Media
Ultimate Social Media Brand & Style Guide for School Districts
Complete Social Media Toolkit for Schools
Want to learn how other school districts are using social media? Download The State of Social Media in the Public Sector 2021 report to learn how other school districts are leveraging social media.
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