Social Media Code of Conduct, News (Centre Wellington Mohawks Lacrosse)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
Social Media Code of Conduct
Submitted By Tracey Yule on Tuesday, April 26, 2016
SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDELINE All members should observe the following guidelines when posting online and/or participating in online conversations regarding CW Mohawks Lacrosse or the lacrosse community in general.


1)Do not speak on behalf of CW Mohawks Lacrosse. Avoid officially representing CW Mohawks Lacrosse unless you have been authorized to do so. Do not portray yourself as a spokesperson on issues relating to the club.

2)Be honest about who you are. Where your connection to CW Mohawks Lacrosse is apparent or when commenting on matters related to CW Mohawks Lacrosse, include a disclaimer or include your position with the club in your online profile.

3)Maintain confidentiality. Do not share any confidentiality or privileged information online. Respect the privacy of the club and its members by refraining from sharing information unless you have permission to do so.

4)Remember that the Internet is a public space. Consider everything you post online in the same manner as anything that you would post on a public bulletin board or submit to a newspaper; both are public and permanent.

5)Respect others. Avoid posting any material that may be offensive, demeaning, inappropriate, abusive or threatening to others. Always speak about other clubs in a positive and respectful manner.

6)When in doubt, ask. If you have any questions about using social media in an appropriate manner; please contact Kendra Martin, Communications Director.
This article has been viewed 1422 times.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 19
    Jan
    Organization
    Are you interested in coaching box lacrosse for the 2021 season? It's going to be different, but if you're all in, we want to hear from you! Please complete the Coaching Application on the Resource > Coaching ApplicationsĀ pageĀ and submit to the ...
  • 13
    Jan
    Organization
    It's hard to imagine considering we are currently in a lock down state, but your CWMLA executive met Monday night to review and approve the framework for our 2021 return to play. There are many different directions that could come out of the ...
  • 05
    Jan
    Organization
    The Centre Wellington Minor Lacrosse Association has begun the process of changing their name and logo. The Association and its Mohawks moniker have become very well respected within the provincial lacrosse community. It has always been ...
  • 21
    Nov
    Organization
    Despite the 2020 CWMLA AGM being held virtually it was still interesting. Almost as if 2020 was kicking us once again, as many of those that planned on attending lost power or Internet preventing them from being able to attend. One family ended up ...
  • 14
    Nov
    Organization
    Just a reminder that CWMLA's final executive meeting and 2020 AGM will be held tomorrow night via Zoom at 7pm. For those interested in attending: https://zoom.us/j/99975219911?pwd=WTh4UTBoRUFndFVyeFhSTGx5aHEyUT09
  • 09
    Nov
    Organization
    This Sunday, November 15, at 7 pm will be the CWMLA virtual AGM. All members of the CWMLA lacrosse family are welcome to attend. We will recap the past two AGM weekends from Zone 8 and the OLA respectively. Our executive group has been incredibly ...
  • 20
    Oct
    Organization
    Here's your schedule line up for the the 2020 Return-to-Play season finals week. Best of luck to all teams!
  • 19
    Oct
    Organization
    As we approach the end of the 2020 Return-to-Play season, it would be a snafu to say that this year was the same as others. Even in that light, I am incredibly proud of the hard work that your CWMLA executive team put in to grow the sport within our ...
Printed from cwmla.com on Saturday, January 23, 2021 at 2:42 PM