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This conference session focuses on the use of social media technologies in education, such as facebook, ning, delicious, diigo, twitter, and more. It showcases innovative practice, providing......

This conference session focuses on the use of social media technologies in education, such as facebook, ning, delicious, diigo, twitter, and more. It showcases innovative practice, providing examples where instructors and students have used social media tools for personal, academic and professional purposes. We will also discuss the benefits/opportunities and the barriers/risks of using social media for training and education purposes.

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  • 1. Collaborating & Networking with Social Media in Education
    Baiyun Chen, PhD
    Amy Sugar, MA
  • 2. Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy
    http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom%27s+Digital+Taxonomy
  • 3. Blogs
    Faculty generated blog:
    http://psc1121.blogspot.com/
    Organization
    Push information
    Negative comments
  • 4. Blogs
    • Student generated blog:
    • 5. http://lulamurple.blogspot.com/
    • 6. Authentic learning
    • 7. Increased interaction
    • 8. Beyond course
    • 9. Privacy concerns
    • 10. Writing style
    • 11. Copyright
  • Twitter
    One way communication tool
    Concise posts
    Academic vs. social
  • 12. Twitter
    Multiple ways to receive Twitter feed
    Widget inside LMS, Twitter Web site, text updates
    http://twitter.com/goodies/widgets
    http://www.grazr.com/
  • 13. Twitter
    Personal learning network
    Share resources, conduct quick polls
    Information overload
  • 14. Twitter
    Hash tags to organize and search posts
    Export tweets and organize by hash tag
    http://www.searchtastic.com/
    Share as resource
  • 15. Wikis
    Group Projects
    Authentic learning
    Collaborative editing
    Public vs. private
    Copyright
  • 16. Social Networking
    Facilitate online discussions and share extracurricular professional resources
    Student groups & program marketing
  • 17. Social Networking
    Enhanced social interaction and sharing
    Increased engagement and broader scope
    Not suited for deep discussion
    Security and privacy concerns
  • 18. Social Bookmarking
    • Instructors create resource pages:
    • 19. http://www.diigo.com/list/baiyun/idl6543-lab2
    • 20. Students share resources :
    • 21. http://groups.diigo.com/group/higher-education-and-public-policy
  • Social Bookmarking
    Special features: sticky notes and highlighted points to share
    Organization with tags
    Challenging for students to apply tags and write proper descriptions
  • 22. Social Video
    Anchored instruction
    Faculty persona
    Faculty generated video
    http://www.youtube.com/user/psychologist3
  • 23. Social Video
    • Optional assignment
    • 24. Student-centered learning
    • 25. Copyright concerns
    Student generated video:
    http://vimeo.com/7926306
  • 26. Audio/Video Conferencing
    Connect students across globe
    Increase interaction
    Virtual Office hours
  • 27. Summary
    Risks
    Information overload
    Copyright concerns
    Security & privacy concerns
    • Benefits
    • 28. Collaboration
    • 29. Student engagement
    • 30. Information organization
    • 31. Please contact us and fill out our session evaluation at:
    • 32. http://bit.ly/saltsession