Introduction To LinkedIn For Students For The University Of South Australia
Date: Wednesday 23 September 2015 from 10:00am – 12:00pm
Organisation: University of South Australia – Career Shop
Session: Interactive PowerPoint Presentation for two hours
Venue: HH3-08, Sir Hans Heysen Building, Level 3, Room 08, University of South Australia, City West Campus,North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia
Invitation from: Matt Purdy
Introduction: Matt Purdy
Topic: “Introduction to LinkedIn for Students”
Details Online: https://web.archive.org/web/20150922012056/http://www.unisa.edu.au/Calendar/UniSA-CareerShops-LinkedIn-Workshops/
PowerPoint Slides: (260KB)
Audio Recording: (61MB, 02:09:51) https://web.archive.org/web/20221021081251/https://sueellson.com/downloads/150923-unisa-introduction-to-linkedin-for-students.m4a
Feedback received from UniSA sessions on 23/09/15
Hi Sue, Thank you very much for your sharing about LinkedIn on Wednesday. This is my first contact on it and I realise it is such a useful platform. It is a good approach to the workplace community and I can’t wait to establish my own profile and connections on it. It is also impressive to know more about how to get a job. Thank you so much again. Have a lovely day.
– Andy Chiu
Hello Sue, Your LinkedIn Masterclass at UniSA on Wednesday was very interesting! It definitely provided some much needed tips and ideas on how to build an online presence and network for career opportunities. I hope to apply some of those techniques on LinkedIn to build a career as a researcher. Thanks!
– Anisha Fernando
Dear Sue, Thank you for presentation regarding LinkedIn. Thanks.
– Aref Hussain Armadi
Hi Sue, Thank you for the valuable information yesterday. Was easy to digest, reasoned and compelling from a ‘need to network to succeed’ point of view. Thank you again.
– Caroline Chapman
Hi Sue, I attended both sessions you ran at UniSA this week. The sessions were most helpful to provide almost like a bird’s eye view of my career journey and how I should be advertising it to the world. The information has helped me to initiate adjustments to my profile already and I aim to continue to make them over the coming days. Warm regards, Catherine.
– Catherine Macleod
I am Chandeni from UniSA who had attended your LinkedIn workshop recently. I found it really useful as it has given me a better understanding about using LinkedIn as a platform for my career.
– Chandeni Krishnan Nair
Hi Sue, I really enjoyed the workshop today and you helped me a lot with developing my profile on LinkedIn. Very informative seminar! Thank you very much.
– Erik Raúl Dombre
Hello Sue. It was a pleasure to have attended the Introduction to LinkedIn workshop and the LinkedIn Masterclass that you presented at UniSA today. Thank you for what were informative and very useful workshops. I now have many tips on how to improve my LinkedIn profile which I will gradually work through. The tips for the profile summary were particularly useful as I have been unsure of what to write despite reviewing many articles on the subject. Thank you again for your informative and useful LinkedIn workshops.
– Janette Bridger
Dear Sue, Many thanks for your workshop yesterday, it was very helpful! Thanks again.
– Jasmine Xinyu Xie
Your presentations to the UniSA students were very practical and provided all of us with a range of strategies to heighten our online networking. Thank you, Sue, for your time, experience and enthusiasm.
– Lynne Sowerby
Hi Sue, Thank you so much for the presentation the other day – we really appreciated you coming over from Melbourne to present, but also the high quality content that was provided. I previously thought that I was fairly competent in my knowledge of LinkedIn, however I found your presentation highly beneficial personally, as I am sure students did too! The link back to employability was particularly good too, and helped to reinforce many of our own key messages to students. Thanks again for your support. We certainly look forward to working with you again in the near future as opportunities arise. We’ll definitely stay in touch!
– Matt Purdy
Hi Sue, My name is Matt and I have really enjoyed attending and learning from both of your workshops today. Thanks once again for your time.
– Matthew Arnold
Sue, I attended your talks on Introduction and Masterclass for LinkedIn in UniSA City West campus last Wednesday. I’m writing to say THANK YOU for the introduction and masterclass of LinkedIn. The talks and tips given are awesome and valuable.
– Meii (Chu Teng) Wong
Dear Sue, Thank you very much for the wonderful LinkedIn masterclass today. I have learnt so much and found the ‘what to/not to include’ in my profile most useful. Thank you once again and hope to speak to you again in the future.
– Olivia Ting
Dear Ms Sue Ellson. Good evening. I am Qijing. I am enjoy today workshop and class. This is my first time to know Linkedin and it is very useful. I will do some homework and try to establish my personal profile with you teach. Thank you.
– Qijing Ding
Dear Sue, I am really grateful that I got to hear such an informative LinkedIn Workshop this morning. Thank you for offering such valuable knowledge and tips.
– Soklay Yin
Evening Sue, Thank you so much for today, it was great!! I will now be checking my LinkedIn every day!! Just kidding maybe not every day but frequently indeed! Thanks for all the info!
– Vincent George Bowyer
Dear Ms. Ellson, My name is Wendy Geng, a student of the University of South Australia, and I attended your lecture about LinkedIn for Beginners today. Thank you for your amazing presentation! It has taught me a lot about how to create my own profile. Kind Regards, Wendy
– Wendy Geng
Dear Sue, Thank you so much for your support with the LinkedIn workshops. We greatly appreciate your flexibility in tailoring the content for our students and trust that you will enjoy your time at UniSA. We very much look forward to working with you again in the near future. Thanks, UniSA’s careershop.
-Matt, Demi and team