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A PK Talk, [6 min 40 sec] on tips and tricks to use social media effectively for education. Big shout out to Chris Nickson (@precordialthump) for some inspiration and pointing me toward the ...

A PK Talk, [6 min 40 sec] on tips and tricks to use social media effectively for education. Big shout out to Chris Nickson (@precordialthump) for some inspiration and pointing me toward the stormtroopers

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Effective use of social media for education - EMS gathering 2014 PK Talk Effective use of social media for education - EMS gathering 2014 PK Talk Presentation Transcript

  • effective use of #1 social m ed ia to keep up to dateImage Credit: StormTropper365 on Flickr: https:// secure.flickr.com/photos/st3f4n/sets/72157616350171741/
  • Most doctors impression of social media “I need to pee” “I peed” “This is where I pee” “Why do I need to pee?” “CHECK OUT this PEE” “I have a PhD in urinating” “I pee therefore I am” #2
  • What do we mean by social media Twitter VideoBlog Podcast #3
  • The differences Traditional Media Credit: anjan58 Flickr Social Media Credit:J Heffner Flickr v #4
  • #5 Image Credit: Petra Fritz: Flickr CC: https://secure.flickr.com/photos/ andoline/6263829033/ Image Credit: Hunter Langston: Flickr: https:// secure.flickr.com/photos/picsbyhunter/ 6002648095/in/photostream/ Image Credit: http://st.pixanews.com/ wp-content/uploads/2011/10/ animals_009.jpg Image Credit: http:// www.infographicsking.com/wp- content/uploads/2012/12/41.png the problems
  • theproblem #11
  • thesolution #12
  • #6 theproblem Image Credit: StormTropper365 on Flickr: https:// secure.flickr.com/photos/st3f4n/sets/72157616350171741/
  • Information Overload #7 theproblem
  • Text #8 thesolution Image Credit: StormTropper365 on Flickr: https:// secure.flickr.com/photos/st3f4n/sets/72157616350171741/
  • #9 filters use the right apps use the right siteschoose who to follow
  • theproblem are you learning the wrong thing? #10
  • thesolution #13 Image Credit: StormTropper365 on Flickr: https:// secure.flickr.com/photos/st3f4n/sets/72157616350171741/
  • identify your learning needs learn selectively thesolution #14
  • theproblem #15
  • #16 thesolution
  • #17 thesolution spaced repetition
  • #18 thesolution create your own...
  • #19 Focus on what social media does well andfinally
  • #19 Focus on what social media does well andfinally social
  • #20
  • big thanks to Chris Nickson [@precordialthump] for inspiration and pointing me towards the stormtroopers...