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When it comes to social media, there seem to be two schools of thought in the science/research community. One posits that spending time on social media can be extremely useful. The other posits that spending time on social media is stupid.
It's all about priorities, huh?
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The 2013 ascilite conference will be held at Macquarie University in Sydney Australia, 1-4 December 2013.
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Full instructions for setting up an e-portfolio with ipadio + WordPress or Blogger http://t.co/MRFVTINkXa #EFL #ESL #mLearning #eportfolios
How Social Media is Changing Mentorship Mashable Now, you don't need to set foot in a classroom to learn a new skill or expand your knowledge base. Social media and technological tools are making online learning easy.
almost there! keep watching twitter for updates on the AAEEBL 2013 conference. (@AAEEBL 2013 #Conference heats up!
Digital Identity Essentials: 5 Digital Branding Toolsets Every Brand Should Have http://t.co/vPGfWl8Gtm #personalbranding #personalbrand
Weebly refreshes its website publishing tools NDTV For a lot of people, "their digital identity is their site," he added.
Social Media in the Classroom - Part 2 - Check out Teach Amazing for educational technology, web 2.0, and great tips to teach amazing! (RT @TeachAmazing: Social media in the classroom - part 2! More to come!
#identity #privacy RT @librarianbyday: The right to create our own digital footprints? http://t.co/1fcEHwZV
Using Social Media to Fuel Face-to-Face Interaction in the Classroom http://t.co/9Yy5xAkX vi... http://t.co/p7yH7jx6 (via @imedialounge)
Many colleagues and professionals often wonder how effective or even necessary a digital identity is to their careers.
Visual Identity Platform Vizify Launches Out Of Beta, Now Lets You Share ...
Technology enters the classroom: Technology enters the classroom USD Volante Online “My professor for my large lecture class did say she would like our phones to be off and to not be on any social media network in fear it would distract other...
New! Improved! The ePortfolio Student Directory. by Marissa Citro on July 31, 2013 in Resources and Tools. student dir highlighted. So you're working hard on one of our courses, and you decide that you miss the outside world.
Here are just a few links/resources that we've found in thinking about/researching the idea of social media, blogs, and folksonomy in the classroom. Feel free to add any others you might have!! Conversations about education ...
Schools develop rules for social media Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette The school board passed the policy Monday, and it addresses expectations for employees on social media sites, as well as for email, text messaging and using the school district's...
Interesting article today @insidehighered http://t.co/pHXS9XyzDQ
Technology in the classroom, both beneficial and a distraction NKU The Northerner Online While other professors ban the use of cell phones for noneducational uses like texting or to login to social media sites.
There's a learning curve when it comes to blogging and education. First, you should know that teachers should blog. Period. Here's why.
As a computer science teacher, I find many cool new things in the way of educational technology. This is where I share what I've found.
At the university where I teach, there’s an ongoing battle between the faculty and portable electronic devices. The students don’t believe they can exist without them, and many instructors hate them!
via eSchool News Hesitation on administrators’ part is often cited as a top barrier to incorporating more social media tools in classrooms. But with a carefully crafted social media policy, ...
@EricStoller: "It’s no longer optional for institutions to passively engage students via social media." http://t.co/zed0lY8IYS
The topic of the lecture was “Social Media in the Classroom – Mission (Im)Possible?” Three AUBG professors and a student shared their experience with using social media in the classrooms. The first to talk was Filitsa Mullen, ...