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5 Hashtag Tracking Tools for Twitter, Facebook and Beyond |

5 Hashtag Tracking Tools for Twitter, Facebook and Beyond | | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
Discover the hashtag tracking tools you need to make it easy to create, manage, track and report on social media hashtag campaigns.
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How to use hashtags properly. 

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7 Social Media Strategies Every Teacher Needs to Learn Today and Teach Tomorrow - Brilliant or Insane

7 Social Media Strategies Every Teacher Needs to Learn Today and Teach Tomorrow - Brilliant or Insane | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
In a world ruled by content curation, every educator should be passing along social media strategies to students. The “That’s a parent’s job” mantra is not a sufficient excuse for ignoring your responsibility here. We’re in this together.

Students must be taught early and often how to create, locate, maintain and share content. And they need to understand the ramifications of everything they do on social media.

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Understanding social media is very important. Learn how to use it properly and learn it whilst your young. 

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....I blog and I understand| Learning with 'e's

....I blog and I understand| Learning with 'e's | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it

I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I blog and I understand. - Confucius (almost)

Sometime in the next 24 hours, this blog will quietly cross the threshold of 5 million views. This will not be an earth shattering event, nor will lives be changed, or kingdoms overthrown. But reaching 5 million views will be a personal - and a significant - milestone for me.


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There are just some blogs that are interesting and easy to read. Steve Wheeler just has it down to a fine art. 

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Twitter launches embeddable video

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“ Twitter on Monday began giving publishers the ability to embed Twitter video on their sites, meaning YouTube and Facebook now have some new competition in the category. YouTube ...”
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Mystery Skype – How I make it work | Mr Kemp

Mystery Skype – How I make it work | Mr Kemp | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it

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Sounds like an amazing idea, all I need is a teacher to agree to give this a go.
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Great Resources On How to Use Blogs in Your Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Great Resources On How to Use Blogs in Your Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
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Do you want to use blogging in your classroom? Here' how.
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High schoolers wise up about social media when applying for colleges

High schoolers wise up about social media when applying for colleges | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
"Colleges are increasingly considering social media posts in the application process, and students are getting smarter about it." Photo via JEShoots/Pixabay
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Teaching students to use resources like rebel mouse will help their chances too. It allows you to create a place where you can show the good stuff you are sharing and reading.
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Things 21st Century Teachers Should Be Able to Do ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Things 21st Century Teachers Should Be Able to Do ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
Today as I was wading through my bookmarks I came across this resource which I have saved awhile ago. This is a chart featuring what its author called 21 things every 21st century teacher should do this year. This chart is created by Sean Junkins based on a blog post by Carl Hooker. I went through the ideas suggested here and thought of providing you with some good web tools to apply to some of these ideas. The tools I am sharing are based on posts I have published in this blog.

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A lot of this is social media and I think its great. I love the idea of setting yourself a goal to try and achieve all of this next year. I wonder how many I will have persuaded teachers to use by the end of next year. 

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21 Tech Products That Teens Love

21 Tech Products That Teens Love | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
“From Justin Bieber to the Khan Academy.”
Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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A great list to keep up to date with what teenagers are using.
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Nurses and Technology: 4 Tips for Effective Use of Social Media - Nurturing Your Nursing Career

Nurses and Technology: 4 Tips for Effective Use of Social Media - Nurturing Your Nursing Career | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it

Let's face it: social media has pervaded our world, and it can't be ignored. Some people see social media as a trivial waste of time, but it can be an important communication tool if used effectively. In the healthcare world, nurses can use social media to connect with other nurses, to learn more about various patient illnesses and what it's like to live with those illnesses, to engage in meaningful healthcare conversations, and to discuss trends in healthcare.

 

An article published in the February 2014 issue of Johnson & Johnson'sNursing Notes lists several tips for nurses to follow as they share knowledge and engage in meaningful healthcare conversations via social media. The top four tips are as follows:

Keep it professional. Nurses should maintain a professional persona and tone when engaging in social media communication related to their nursing careers. This includes refraining from dispensing any specific or personal medical advice or nursing diagnoses.
 Consider everything to be public. It's important for nurses to keep in mind the public nature of all social media sites. Even when conversing on a private forum, nurses should assume that anything they post can be seen by anyone. Thus, just like in face-to-face conversations, nurses must abide by rules and policies related to patient confidentiality and privacy.
 Listen. As mentioned previously, social media sites allow nurses to engage in meaningful conversations related to healthcare issues and trends. However, nurses should be sure to fully observe and understand all discussions before adding to them. Nurses should not broadcast unwarranted medical thoughts and opinions just because they can.
 Speak up! When used effectively, social media can help nurses position themselves as meaningful leaders and advocates in the healthcare industry. The nursing voice is an important part of any healthcare conversation, and it can have a powerful impact when inserted appropriately.

For additional information on the use of social media as it relates to nursing, take a look at the American Nurses Association's Social Networking Principles Toolkit. To engage in conversations related to nursing education, visit The College Network'sFacebook and Twitter pages. Also, stay tuned for part two of this "Nurses and Technology" series to learn about the use of other new technology in the healthcare setting.


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It is good to see that other professionals are finding how to useful social media can be. 

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DOs and DON'Ts of Social Media Pictures

DOs and DON'Ts of Social Media Pictures | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
Are you getting the most out of your social media profiles? Our guide to social media pictures will detail how to best tell your brand's story visually.
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A beginners guide to setting up a Wordpress class blog, written with @Edutronic_Net -

A beginners guide to setting up a Wordpress class blog, written with @Edutronic_Net - | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
How and why should your classes blog? I’m going to start this post by pointing out that I am not an expert, but this is what I did to start my class blogging last year and it worked really well. The advantages of getting your class blogging are well documented, and apply across the age …
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Love that class blogging is made to sound so easy. Nicely explained! 

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The Dashboards, playlists and PLE creation tools Collection by Joyce Valenza

The Dashboards, playlists and PLE creation tools Collection by Joyce Valenza | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
A collection of education technology by Joyce Valenza

Via Deborah Welsh
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A great list! Thanks Joyce! 

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Deborah Welsh's curator insight, July 26, 2014 9:03 PM

Tools to support curation. Easy page to use, from EdShelf. Thank you Joyce!

Deborah Welsh's curator insight, July 26, 2014 9:05 PM

Tools to support curation. Easy page to use, from EdShelf. Thank you Joyce!

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School-Wide Twitter Chats

School-Wide Twitter Chats | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
New Zealand schools explore the learning potential of social media with weekly education-based Twitter chats for students.
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Love this idea!

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SLS Guernsey's curator insight, July 12, 2014 5:16 PM

Social media is part of information literacy. 

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Creating Social Media Buttons

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Creating Social Media Buttons | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
Learn how to create social media sharing and follow buttons for the top 5 social networks -- Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest.
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It's important to use all the tools at our fingertips.
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Obsessing over the perfect social media post is ruining your life, study says

Obsessing over the perfect social media post is ruining your life, study says | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
Hunting for social media-worthy posts is ruining your life — and now there's proof.

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Interesting read. It is very easy to miss a moment because you are trying not to miss it! Social Media is part of our society but it is only part of it and there is so much more to life. Use it wisely! 

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Social Media for Teachers: Guides, Resources, and Ideas

Social Media for Teachers: Guides, Resources, and Ideas | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
“ Social media can provide great tools for education. Yet, many teachers remain reluctant to use them. Matt Davis has gathered some of the best resources to help teachers get started.”
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A great list of useful resources and ideas for teachers and educators to try.
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A Good Visual Timeline On The History of Hashtag ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Good Visual Timeline On The History of Hashtag ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
This little digital creature called Hashtag has been revolutionizing the way people network, communicate and share on social media websites. It first started on Twitter around the year 2009 then Google Plus adopted it in 2012 before Facebook officially integrated it in June 2013. However, what is mysteriously unknown about this #poundsign is that its origin dates back to the 12th century when the #symbol first appeared in the musical realm. Since then, hashtags have been used in different contexts and for different purposes till they finally landed in the social media landscape some few years ago. The visual below provides a very good visual illustration of the chronological development of the sign #hashtag.

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Thank you to @Educatorstechnology for the mention on his blog!
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4 Important Reasons To Encourage Social Learning

4 Important Reasons To Encourage Social Learning | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
“ In this article on social learning, we give you 4 reasons to encourage social learning in your organization or educational institution.”
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Social learning has helped me develop far more than any CPD training could ever have. I read far more than I ever could on my own and have more knowledge because of what I share.
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3 Ways Social Media Can Improve School Culture - The Principal of Change

3 Ways Social Media Can Improve School Culture - The Principal of Change | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
I was having a great conversation the other day with a good friend, and she was sharing how many boards aren’t really worried about “social media” because they are needing to actually focus on improving their culture first.  I thought a lot about what she said, and to be honest, if you cannot have conversations with people in your own organization, Twitter is going to be the last thing in your mind.  That being said, I have seen a lot of school organizations use social media to actually improve their culture significantly.  It is not the only way, but if used in powerful ways, it definitely can have an overall impact on your school or district.

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Lets be part of the conversation, social media is where it's at. 

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3 Minute Teaching With Technology Tutorials | Emerging Education Technologies | Kelly Walsh

3 Minute Teaching With Technology Tutorials | Emerging Education Technologies | Kelly Walsh | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it

Check out these great, brief videos that offer quick introductions to getting started with numerous different tech tools and resources for teaching and learning.


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This looks really good! 

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What & Why People Share On Social Media (Infographic)

What & Why People Share On Social Media (Infographic) | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
“ The social media landscape is changing. Or, in other words, it’s like the polar icecaps of Facebook are melting, and in the runoff we’re excavating cavernous content mills, stalagmites of rampant…”
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The landscape is changing. A great info graphic that shows you how.
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Whittaker Live: What Makes A Good Blog? Twelve Tips for Library Bloggers

Whittaker Live: What Makes A Good Blog? Twelve Tips for Library Bloggers | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
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Some great advice! 

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Students Are The New Digital Influencers

Students Are The New Digital Influencers | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
It was June. My eighth grade classroom was sweltering with the early summer heat and 32 anxious students ready to bolt through the doors towards graduation. But we weren’t discussing the graduation...

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It is really important to teach students the skill of using social media correctly. 

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shawn pomatto's curator insight, August 4, 2014 11:57 PM

the wave of technology is upon us! 

Jan MacWatters's curator insight, August 5, 2014 6:31 AM

Good information on how students  are using the available technologies.

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Editor's Column: 5 ways libraries are using Instagram

Editor's Column: 5 ways libraries are using Instagram | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
Alongside universities, libraries and librarians are now using social media platforms to connect with users in a range of exciting and innovating ways. The latest platform that libraries are experimenting with is Instagram, which allows users to take photos on their smart phones, apply exciting filters and add hashtags, and then share these images online with their followers. Amy Mollett and Anthony McDonnell investigate how libraries are making the most of this visually-engaging platform.

Via Valerie Hawkins, Library, American Library Association, Eleftheria Koseoglou
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Instagram is not something I use at the moment but this piece maybe explains how I can. Interesting. 

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SLS Guernsey's curator insight, July 27, 2014 8:59 AM

This looks great!

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Getting Smart on Social Media SMART BUNDLE | EDUcation

Getting Smart on Social Media SMART BUNDLE | EDUcation | Social media don't be overwhelmed! | Scoop.it
Getting Smart on Social Media SMART BUNDLE

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This is really interesting if you are about to dip your toe into the social media world. A great place to start. Will be sharing this with someone I know very soon. 

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Paul's curator insight, July 25, 2014 9:24 AM

Good summer reading! 

Shari Hudgeons's curator insight, July 25, 2014 11:00 AM

This is a great way to introduce yourself to social media ideas.

Susan Wegmann's curator insight, July 25, 2014 2:00 PM

Great basic info about Twitter, LinkedIn, FB, etc.