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  • Benefits of Advisor Learning Networks
    • Contribute best practices and experiences
    • Connect to advising colleagues
    • Facilitate online webinars or meetings
    • Share advisor training and development
    • Participate in discussions
    • Engage with NACADA-related networks
  • Online Social Networks Aren’t Just For Students
    Advising Presence on the Following Networks
    • Facebook
    • LinkedIn
    • Twitter
    • Ning
  • Online Social Networks Aren’t Just For Students
    Facebook
    • Groups and “Like Pages”
    • Personal Profiles
    • Status Updates, Notes, Videos,
    and Shares
    • Events
  • Online Social Networks Aren’t Just For Students
    LinkedIn
    • Groups
    • Personal Profiles and Connections
    Twitter
    • How Many Followers do You Have
  • Online Social Networks Aren’t Just For Students
    Blogs
    The Student Affairs Collaborative
    http://thesabloggers.org/
    Eric Stoller
    http://ericstoller.com/blog/
    http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/student_affairs_and_technology
  • What Can I Do In These Networks?
    Microblogs 140 or fewer?
    Blogs  more words; access?
    Social Networks  question/answer
    & announcements