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By Katherine Gombay, McGill Newsroom
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"The keys to success in social media are being honest about who you are, being thoughtful before you post, and respecting the purpose of the community where you are posting."
McGill is active in several online communities and supports the participation of faculties, departments and other units on various platforms.