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How Social Media is Changing the Education Industry

How Social Media is Changing the Education Industry | social networking & learning | Scoop.it
From the layman users to businesses, almost everyone is part of the online social ecosystem. Now, the education industry seems to be picking pace as things are getting social in schools and universities.

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Flipped Classroom Explained for Teachers- A Must Watch Video ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Flipped Classroom Explained for Teachers- A Must Watch Video ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | social networking & learning | Scoop.it

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» Do you really need separate social learning tools? PART TWO – 6 ways to integrate learning into the workflow Learning in the Social Workplace

» Do you really need separate social learning tools? PART TWO – 6 ways to integrate learning into the workflow Learning in the Social Workplace | social networking & learning | Scoop.it
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40 Interesting and Mind Blowing Social Media Infographics - tripwire magazine

40 Interesting and Mind Blowing Social Media Infographics - tripwire magazine | social networking & learning | Scoop.it
Instead of poring over figures and long reports to decipher data, an infographic can immediately explain what the data actually means...

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How to get better grades using social media

How to get better grades using social media | social networking & learning | Scoop.it

Cool infographic from http://mastersineducation.org/infographic-how-to-get-better-grades-through-social-media/

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The great schools revolution

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FROM Toronto to Wroclaw, London to Rome, pupils and teachers have been returning to the classroom after their summer break.

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Connecting with students on Twitter

Making meaningful connections with students using Twitter

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Introduction to Digital Citizenship Starter Kit

Common Sense Media and Edmodo partnered to create this Digital Citizenship Starter Kit for your classroom.
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50 New Social Sites College Students Should Try Out | Resumebear Online Resume

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How to Use Social Media for Learning: Go Directly to the Experts ~ LockerGnome Social Media & Technology

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How Social Media can Enhance Schools as Professional Learning Communities

How Social Media can Enhance Schools as Professional Learning Communities | social networking & learning | Scoop.it

The field of social media is a burgeoning area of communication, and one that educators cannot ignore. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Diigo, GooglePlus – these platforms for communication are not going to go away; and while there is a great deal of negative media surrounding their use, they can be harnessed to create myriad possibilities for schools as learning communities. Current research only proves the dominance of Social Media as a modern communication medium: http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/social/


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☂ Alma Loreaux's comment, October 3, 2011 8:14 AM
This is just perfect for my uni work at the moment. Thanks Judy. Your posts are always so insightful.
Kay Oddone's comment, October 19, 2011 5:54 PM
Thank you for sharing our ResourceLink blog post - I'm so thrilled that our work is being shared so widely! Be sure to check out our most recent post in this series! http://tinyurl.com/6d5j8o4 Kay Cantwell, Education Officer: Digital Learning, ResourceLink, Brisbane Catholic Education, Qld Australia.
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Thank you for sharing our ResourceLink blog post with others - I'm so thrilled that the work we are doing is being shared and used widely. Please check out the latest post in this series:
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How Social Media is Changing the Education Industry

How Social Media is Changing the Education Industry | social networking & learning | Scoop.it
From the layman users to businesses, almost everyone is part of the online social ecosystem. Now, the education industry seems to be picking pace as things are getting social in schools and universities.

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How Social Media can Enhance Schools as Professional Learning Communities

How Social Media can Enhance Schools as Professional Learning Communities | social networking & learning | Scoop.it
The field of social media is a burgeoning area of communication, and one that educators cannot ignore. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Diigo, GooglePlus – these platforms for communication are not g...

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