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Why is social so special?
Conference Engagement Though Social Media
and Digital Badges
Melissa A. Venable, PhD
OnlineColle...
• “As of September 2013, 73% of online adults use
social networking sites.” – Pew Research
• As of March 2014, Facebook ha...
Social for e-Learning and Teaching
• Quick access
• Tools, tools, and more tools
• Breakdown the virtual walls
– Bringing ...
Social for Conference Participation
• Develop Your Online Presence,
Professional Identity, Digital
Footprint
• Build your ...
Set a few goals …
1. What do you want to accomplish?
1. Which accounts do you want to use?
1. Create a plan for Before, Du...
Before
Connect with other attendees
Touch base with presenters
Prepare your profiles (in and out of TCC site)
Follow t...
Conference + Social =
Open and Global Sharing
• Good opportunity to try
social for the first time –
start slow
• For the e...
Resources and References
• The Beginner's Guide to the
Hashtaghttp://mashable.com/2013/10/08/what-is-hashtag/
• Encouragin...
Questions?
@Melissa_Venable
Google.com/+MelissaAVenable
LinkedIn.com/melissavenable
Pinterest.com/melissavenable
Facebook....
Image credit
• Title page: mkhmarketing, Flickr, CC:BY
• Slide 3: macloo, Flickr, CC:BY-NC-ND
• Slide 4: melenita2012, Fli...
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  1. 1. Why is social so special? Conference Engagement Though Social Media and Digital Badges Melissa A. Venable, PhD OnlineColleges.net #2014TCC Pre-Conference Session 3/25/2014
  2. 2. • “As of September 2013, 73% of online adults use social networking sites.” – Pew Research • As of March 2014, Facebook has 1.23 billion users, LinkedIn: 277 million, YouTube: 1 billion, Evernote: 65 million. – Digital Marketing Ramblings • The number of faculty members using social media in teaching has grown from 34% in 2012 to 41% in 2013 – mostly via blogs and wikis. – Pearson
  3. 3. Social for e-Learning and Teaching • Quick access • Tools, tools, and more tools • Breakdown the virtual walls – Bringing the outside in – leaders in the field, current events – Taking the inside out – assignments that share beyond class participants
  4. 4. Social for Conference Participation • Develop Your Online Presence, Professional Identity, Digital Footprint • Build your network • Stay focused on event schedule • Make informal contributions to discussions • Keep the conversations going after sessions • Recognize presenters and participants
  5. 5. Set a few goals … 1. What do you want to accomplish? 1. Which accounts do you want to use? 1. Create a plan for Before, During, and After – the event . . .
  6. 6. Before Connect with other attendees Touch base with presenters Prepare your profiles (in and out of TCC site) Follow the event’s social accounts During Watch and listen Share –use the hashtag! #2014TCC Find a balance After Follow-up with presenters and attendees Move from connection to conversation Keep sharing!
  7. 7. Conference + Social = Open and Global Sharing • Good opportunity to try social for the first time – start slow • For the experienced, good time to try something new – stretch a bit • Internal network  external network
  8. 8. Resources and References • The Beginner's Guide to the Hashtaghttp://mashable.com/2013/10/08/what-is-hashtag/ • Encouraging a Conference Backchannel on Twitter http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/encouraging-a-conference- backchannel-on-twitter/30612 • Twitter for Professional Use http://etcjournal.com/2011/10/10/twitter- for-professional-use-%E2%80%93-part-1-getting-started/ • 32 Creative Types of Blog Posts You Can Write About http://www.twelveskip.com/guide/blogging/229/22-creative-types-of- blog-posts-you-can-write-about • Social Networking Fact Sheet (Pew Research) http://www.pewinternet.org/fact-sheets/social-networking-fact-sheet/ • How Many People Use … ? (Digital Marketing Ramblings) http://expandedramblings.com/index.php/resource-how-many-people- use-the-top-social-media/#.UzA6iccwafY • Social Media for Teaching and Learning (Pearson) http://www.pearsonlearningsolutions.com/higher-education/social- media-survey.php
  9. 9. Questions? @Melissa_Venable Google.com/+MelissaAVenable LinkedIn.com/melissavenable Pinterest.com/melissavenable Facebook.com/melissa.a.venable.phd melissa.a.venable@gmail.com http://www.onlinecolleges.net/inside-online-learning/ Enjoy the conference! #2014TCC
  10. 10. Image credit • Title page: mkhmarketing, Flickr, CC:BY • Slide 3: macloo, Flickr, CC:BY-NC-ND • Slide 4: melenita2012, Flickr, CC:BY • Slide 7: freestockimages, Flickr, CC:BY
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