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Category Archives: Social Networking
Posts about and conversations around social networking and learning.
You may, or may not, be familiar with the Network for Learning (N4L) that is being developed in New Zealand. The potential of such a network is huge, but it requires a collaborative effort to actually make it work. It’s … Continue reading →
Michael Winter shared the link to this video, writing, succinctly, “I think this is important”. I felt it was a powerful protest against many of the laws, legislations and policies that are being put together, including SOPA and ACTA – and … Continue reading →
There are probably times when you would like to share a set of hyperlinks. However, sometimes these can be pretty dull visually…a list…, and often the URL does not provide information about what the follower of a particular link will … Continue reading →
Diana Ayling recommended this presentation from Etienne & Beverly Wenger. The points they make are specifically referring to learning in organisations rather than distributed communities, so something I am pondering is how might the points they make be impacted (if … Continue reading →
Linda Ross recently dropped me a line and recommended that I have look at the infographic below entitled 16 ways educators use Pinterest. I haven’t used Pinterest before, but John S Oliver has and he has blogged about it here. … Continue reading →
John Owen shared the following blog post by Brian Hopkins, 2012 Predictions – Technology Will Shape Who We Are As People And Businesse with the comment “this might be interesting”. Brian refers to the notion that we are now using technology ubiquitously and this … Continue reading →
Peter Allen (The Learning Wave) shared this great article, prefaced by the comment “Came across this interesting article … brings Maslow screaming into the 2012′s…. “. To give you a taster of the article here is a couple of paragraphs and … Continue reading →
Image by Andrew Kelsall, Graphic Designer via FlickrI felt this was a a presentation from the heart, with some superb practical suggestions! The experience, and the whole ‘learning journey’ of the teaching team was extremely powerful. In the presentation, Julie … Continue reading →
This is a presentation that provides some suggestions around things that you can do to help foster an online community of practice.
A humorous overview of social media from Column Five Media (@columnfive).