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  • 1. David Kelly, CPLP, CRPProgram DirectorThe eLearning Guild516 474-1852LnDDave@gmail.comSocial Media & Social Learningfor Learning Professionalshttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm
  • 2. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat’s your Social Media Usage?4. I create and share content,spearhead discussions, andteach others3. I actively use my accounts andconnect with others2. I have accounts, but don’t usethem much.1. Social what?
  • 3. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsExpectations…… What would you liketo get out of thissession?
  • 4. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsObjectives… Social Media, Social Learning, andthe Convergence of the two Where does the majority of learningtake place? The most popular social media toolsin learning: Facebook, Blogs,LinkedIn, and Twitter
  • 5. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is Social Media?Image from Wordle.net
  • 6. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is Social Media?
  • 7. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is Social Media?When most peoplethink of SocialMedia, they think ofthe most commonlyused tools.
  • 8. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is Social Learning?
  • 9. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is Social Learning?
  • 10. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is Social Learning?It’s ALLSocial LearningWell… MOST of it is anyway.
  • 11. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhy Use Social Media for Learning?• Collaboration• Reduced Costs• StrengthenCulture• Build Teamwork• EnhancesCommunication• KnowledgeManagement• Reduced Costs• SupportsDiversity• It’s what thelearners want…
  • 12. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe 70:20:10 Learning Paradigm• 70% of learning & development activitytakes place from real-life and on-the-jobexperiences, tasks and problem-solving.• 20% comes from feedback and fromobserving and working with role models.• 10% comes from formal training.Princeton Learning Philosophy: http://www.princeton.edu/hr/learning/philosophy/
  • 13. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsHow do Employees Learn?The Traditional Model of Workplace TrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingHIRED RETIREDImage Concept from Bill Mosher, built upon by Jane Bozarth
  • 14. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsHow do Employees Learn?This is Where the ‘Real’ Learning Takes PlaceFormalTrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingFormalTrainingHIRED RETIREDImage Concept from Bill Mosher, built upon by Jane Bozarth
  • 15. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsCurrent Examples of Social Learning• Mentoring• Role Plays• Teleconferences• Games• Field Trips• Icebreakers• Group Projects• Case Studies• Coaching• Round Robins• Teach-Backs• Discussions• Compare/Contrast• Debrief
  • 16. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Convergence…Social Media is not new.Social Learning is not new.What is new is the convergence. Socialmedia technologies have advanced to a pointthat they are no longer a barrier to sociallearning. They can now be used to supportand enhance social learning
  • 17. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Tools
  • 18. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is a BLOG?
  • 19. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Benefits of Blogs?• Free• Easy To Use• Controllable• Trackable• EncouragesReflection• EnablesInteraction (viaComments)
  • 20. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsUsing Blogs for Learning
  • 21. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsUsing Blogs for Learning
  • 22. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsUsing Blogs for Learning
  • 23. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Tools
  • 24. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is a facebook?Facebook is a social networking service andwebsite launched in February 2004. As ofJanuary 2011, Facebook has more than600 million active users. Users may create apersonal profile, add other users as friends, andexchange messages, including automaticnotifications when they update their profile.Additionally, users may join common interestuser groups, organized by workplace, school orcollege, or other characteristics.via Wikipedia.org
  • 25. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Benefits of facebook?• Free, Easy To Use• Flexible• Expansive• LeveragesExisting Tool• Enables andEncouragesSharing andParticipation
  • 26. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsfacebook Pages for Learning
  • 27. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsiFrames: facebook Future Learning
  • 28. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Tools
  • 29. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is a LinkedIn?
  • 30. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Benefits of LinkedIn?• Free, Easy To Use• LeveragesExisting Tool• Enables andEncouragesSharing andParticipation
  • 31. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Tools
  • 32. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsWhat is a Twitter?
  • 33. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Benefits of Twitter?• Free• Very Quick• Enables andEncouragesSharing andParticipation
  • 34. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsSocial Media for Trainers – Why?The rules are changing…•10 Years Ago“Leave your cell phones home”•5 Years Ago“Turn off your cell phones”•2 Years Ago“Set your phones to vibrate”•Today“Please step outside if youneed to use your phone”
  • 35. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe rules are changing…•Tomorrow“Yes, you may use your cellphone during the session”This is a hugeproblem.Social Media for Trainers – Why?
  • 36. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe rules are changing…•Tomorrow“Yes, you may use your cellphone during the session”This is a hugeproblem.opportunity.Social Media for Trainers – Why?
  • 37. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsLeveraging Social MediaLearners are entering sessionswith the ultimatetool forengagementalready in theirpockets.
  • 38. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsExamples of Social Media in Learning1. Trainer can receive real-time evaluations(Levels 1, 2, and 3)2. Learners can easily be engaged before,during, and after a session.3. Use Social Media to make key learningpoints stand out.4. Adds informal learning to formal learningplans.5. Taking Live Polls from Participants.
  • 39. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe Backchannel“A line of communicationcreated by people in anaudience to connect withothers inside or outside theroom, with or without theknowledge of thespeaker…”Cliff Atkinson, The Backchannel
  • 40. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe BackchannelParticipants no longer waituntil after a session toperform an evaluation.Using Twitter and otherSocial Media tools,participants interact andprovide feedback duringand throughout a session.
  • 41. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsThe BackchannelSpeakers andfacilitators have begunto embrace andencourage theBackchannel as ameans of collaborationand feedback during asession.
  • 42. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsLive Chats via TwitterWhile Twitter is generally usedasynchronously, groups have usedhashtags and dedicated time slots tocreate live chats.
  • 43. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsLive Chats via TwitterA popular chat for Learning Professionalsis #lrnchat. The 60 minute chat takesplace every Thursday at 8:30pm EST.
  • 44. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsLive Chats via TwitterThese chats are an excellent way todevelop your knowledge, skills, andnetwork. For full details visit:http://lrnchat.com/
  • 45. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsGetting Started…Resources
  • 46. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsBooks
  • 47. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsTwitter Users to ConsiderThere are millions of Twitter users. Hereare a few in the Learning andDevelopment field to consider following:QuinnovatorarossettaaronesilverseLearningGuildmarciamarciacindyhuggtaylorperforman emasieASTDkenblanchardLearnNuggetsjaycrossbschlenkerGinaSchrecktonybinghamlrnchatDevLearnJaneBozarthtomkuhlmanntmiketbobpikecttJIMPACTTheBobPikeGroup
  • 48. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsBlogs to ConsiderMany Learning Professionals share theirknowledge by blogging. Here are a fewblogs to consider following:• Cammy Bean’s Learning Visions• Learning in a Social Workplace (Jane Hart)• Life in Perpetual Beta (Harold Jarche)• Misadventures in Learning (David Kelly)• The Rapid Elearning Blog (Tom Kuhlmann)
  • 49. David Kelly@LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmFor additional resources visitSocial Media & SocialLearning for LearningProfessionalsQuestions???????Find more resources herehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm
  • 50. David Kelly, CPLP, CRPProgram DirectorThe eLearning Guild516 474-1852LnDDave@gmail.comhttp://bit.ly/YXsXKmThanks!