Share ideas that matter on the social web and experience
the benefits of curating the world's best content.
I don't have a Facebook, a Twitter or a LinkedIn account
Includes best practices as well as a way to make a channel.
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Education 2.0 - Free Private Microblogging in the Classroom...
Not only how to present while people backchannel but why you should embrace this presentation tool.
Micromobs is the best way for small and niche communities/groups to communicate. No more having to deal with long email threads, or archaic group applications.
Links to several sites to use for back channeling along with advice on how or why to use them.
Sharing some basic netiquette of using a backchannel. I use this in my workshops.
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The trouble is students need to log into Facebook or Twitter. So, this is great for schools with no filter but not available for those with limited access.
Scroll to the bottom and roll back up. This is in depth coverage of back channeling by someone who has used them in the trenches.
Presentation on using Cover It Live as a backchannel chat in a range of classrooms at the high school level.
Despite the bulleted lists, this is a good presentation with important information to get you started using a Back Channel.
Richard Byrne always explains how to use the tools he recommends in the classroom.