"Even though both social learning and social media witness a lot of human interaction, social media plays a very small role in social learning in the workplace. Instructional designers need, besides real face-to-face collaboration during the learning process, a digital watercooler around which employees gather, have high quality conversations and discuss about possible solutions to business problems."
Despite the fact that LinkedIn is the largest social network for professionals in the world and one of the most powerful networking tools available, it is very common for people to view LinkedIn as solely a B2B platform. Although this statement may be correct, LinkedIn with its 335+ million members, in 200 countries, with 19 languages, is definitely much more than that. Let's identify some ways you can use LinkedIn. Here we go!
In what has become something of an initiation ritual for prominent people in the Internet age, as soon as Comedy Central announced that Trevor Noah would be taking over as host of The Daily Show after Jon Stewart’s retirement, people started digging through his Twitter feed for evidence of past misd
Better as an example to High School students, but this is a great example of how even comedians are judged by their Tweets.
Great events spur great conversations, but are you doing everything you can as an event organizer to help ensure that those conversations are easily discoverable online? Liveblogging via Twitter and other social media channels is commonplace, and serves to increase awareness around your brand and your event online. You want to be sure that you …
Great advice here!
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