2010 Social Media Trends to Influence Higher Education
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2010 Social Media Trends to Influence Higher Education 2010 Social Media Trends to Influence Higher Education Presentation Transcript

  • 2010 Social Media Trends to Influence Higher Education @ana_adi http://anaadi.wordpress.com
  • Technology (Geo)location Mobile Real-time Embed Conversation Content Crowd-sourcing | Everything as a service Responsibility | Policy
  • Tools in the classroom Conversation Literacies in (Higher) Education
  • Social Media Literacies (in the classroom) Privacy Copyright/Copyleft Participation Collaboration Network
  • Literacies - Privacy Data protection Research Job hunt
  • Literacies - Copyright Intellectual property Research Publishing Work ethics
  • Literacies - Participation Engagement Dialogue Diversity Convergence Multi-tasking
  • Literacies - Collaboration Team-work Self-expression Crowd-sourcing Open-source
  • Literacies - Network
  • Social Media Education To address the social media literacies discussed About social media Using social media and new media tools to reach learning objectives
  • @ana_adi http://anaadi.wordpress.com http://slideshare.net/ana_adi