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  • 1. BUILDING SOCIAL CAPITAL THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORKING Nell Eckersley
  • 2. Agenda  What is Social Capital?  College and career transition  Communicating with family  Creating personal learning networks  Integrating Technology  Social Networking Tools  LinkedIn  Facebook  YouTube  Tumblr  Twitter 2
  • 3. Learning Objectives  By the end of this workshop you will be able to:  Define Social Capital as it pertains to your students  Explain two ways to think about how to best integrate technology into your teaching practice  Describe 5 social networking tools and what each one is best suited for  Identify two social networking tools that would best suit the needs and interests of the students you work with 3
  • 4. What is Social Capital? 4
  • 5. http://inmaps.linkedinlabs.com/network 5
  • 6. What is Social Capital?  “The central premise of social capital is that social networks have value. Social capital refers to the collective value of all "social networks" [who people know] and the inclinations that arise from these networks to do things for each other ["norms of reciprocity"].”  The commonalities of most definitions of social capital are that they focus on social relations that have productive benefits  Social capital is about the value of social networks, bonding similar people and bridging between diverse people, with norms of reciprocity (Dekker and Uslaner 2001http://www.socialcapitalresearch.com/literature/definition.html http://www.bettertogether.org/socialcapital.htm 6
  • 7. Why is Social Capital Important?  Leverage relationships for personal and community transformation  At least 60% - some report even higher statistics - of all jobs are found by networking  Students of college educated parents have greater access to the forms of cultural and social capital that facilitate access to educational and economic opportunities in our society. Recent research has shown that first-generation students and their parents often lack important “college knowledge” about the process of preparing, applying, and paying for college due to the lack of experience with postsecondary education in their families http://0-nces.ed.gov.opac.acc.msmc.edu/pubs2001/2001072_Essay.pdf 7
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  • 9. Why is Social Capital Important?  Stay in touch with family in other countries  Keep track of what children are doing on social networks  Control one‟s online presence  Find people with similar interests  Meet people where they are 9
  • 10. Pew Internet and Family Life Project  According to the Pew Internet and American Life project, "As of May 2013, almost three quarters (72%) of online U.S. adults use social networking sites, up from 67% in late 2012"— and up from just 8% in February 2005 http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2013/social-networking-sites.aspx 10
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  • 15. Integrating Technology 15
  • 16. POST Method P is People. Know the capabilities of your audience. Know what scaffolding they‟ll need. 16
  • 17. Our “People” Students Staff Self 17
  • 18. POST Method  O is objectives. Pick one. Decide on your objective before you decide on a technology. Then figure out how you will measure it. 18 18
  • 19. Instructional “Objectives”  Presenting Information  Enhancing communication between student and teacher  Enhancing communication between students in collaborative or cooperative learning groups  Supporting student creation and/or student use of technology for learning  Using productivity tools for classroom management 19
  • 20. POST Method  S is Strategy. Figure out what will be different after you're done. Imagine you succeed. How will things be different afterwards? Imagine the endpoint and you'll know where to begin. http://www.voorhees.k12.nj.us/Page/4578 20
  • 21. Instructional “Strategies”  Collaborative Writing  Multimodal Communication  Online Networking  Mobile Learning  Productivity 21
  • 22. POST Method  T is Technology. A community. A wiki. A blog or a hundred blogs. Once you know your people, objectives, and strategy, then you can decide with confidence. The POST Method: A systematic approach to social strategy by Josh Bernoff 22
  • 23. Examples of “Technology”  YouTube  Tumblr  Twitter  LinkedIn  Facebook 23
  • 24. SAMR Model 24 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us0w823KY0g#t=109
  • 25. Social Networking Tools 25
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  • 27. 27  How to create a compelling LinkedIn Profile  http://www.linkedin- makeover.com/linkedin -profile-samples/  LinkedIn Resume  http://www.makeuseof. com/tag/2-tools-turn- linkedin-profile- neatlooking-resume/
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  • 29. Facebook  http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/this-is-how- you-use-facebook-to-find-a-job/ 29
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  • 31. YouTube  http://mashable.com/2011/01/17/tips-video- resumes/  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTvbf1WVY FE 31
  • 32. Youth Build Members use video to demonstrate employment skills VIDEO RESUMES
  • 33. •Members will compile a list of their employment and transferable skills •Members will choose three skills to be demonstrated on video for potential employment •Members will write a short script to present their skills and abilities on camera 33
  • 34. Construction and Maintenance Skills Youth Build students are actively involved in construction, restoration and maintenance of homes and buildings throughout Ulster county. 34
  • 35. Individual Career Skills Some Youth Build members already possess skills learned from previous jobs or volunteer work 35
  • 36. Leadership Skills Youth Build members are required to attend leadership trainings and to actively participate in volunteer work 36
  • 37. Video Record Youth Build Members  Members will introduce themselves and their career interests  Members will demonstrate three skills on camera to be viewed by potential employers 37
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  • 39. Tumblr  Traditionally Tumblr is used for „Tumblogging‟, posting short blog posts in the form of images and videos and accompanied by snippets of texts  http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2012/10/20 -stunning-tumblr-portfolio-themes/ 39
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  • 41. Twitter  How important is Twitter in your Personal Learning Network?  http://elearnmag.acm.org/archive.cfm?aid=237 9624 41
  • 42. 42 https://twitter.com/
  • 43. Retweets  RT @Username 43
  • 44. The Power of the Hashtag #EdTech #AdultEd 44
  • 45. 45 Hashtags  Anyone can make up a hashtag, but for it to be useful as a search term, others have to use it for the same consistent purpose
  • 46. 46 Interactions and Mentions
  • 47. Anatomy of a Good Tweet 47
  • 48. Shortened URLS  http://ipadeducators.ning.com/profiles/blogs/pre paring-your-school-for-an (73 characters)  http://bit.ly/YZ8Jlk (20 characters) 48
  • 49. Finding People to Follow  Most websites have a Twitter follow button  Search hashtags and words #AdultEd  When you find one person to follow, see who they follow 49
  • 50. Search Twitter  Search on http://Twitter.com for people, keywords or hashtags  Search on http://Search.Twitter.com for keywords or hashtags even if you don‟t have a Twitter account  Track hashtags and tweet from http://tweetchat.com/ 50
  • 51. 51 Helping People to Find and Follow You  Use recognized hashtags (like the conference hashtag)  Tweet useful content (links are good)  Follow people (some follow back)  Retweet people (they might follow you)  Include your Twitter handle on your business card and your email signature
  • 52. http://paper.li/ 52 http://paper.li/LACNYCnell/1320940472
  • 53. 53 http://nelightful.weebly.com/building-social-capital-through-social-networking.html
  • 54. 54 Nell Eckersley  Twitter: @LACNYCNell  Email: NellE@LACNYC.org  http://www.scoop.it/t/twitter-in-adult-education  http://slidesha.re/YyEeWt
  • 55. Helpful Links  http://infed.org/mobi/social-capital-and-lifelong- learning/  http://www.dnaindia.com/analysis/1822373/col umn-social-capital-from-networking-websites- is-a-reality-today  http://www.slideshare.net/gcheliotis/social- networks-and-social-capital  http://www.socialcapitalresearch.com/literature/ definition.html  http://www.americanlibrariesmagazine.org/articl e/understanding-social-capital 55