#USGTL #EdSoMe
#EdSoMe: Ideas for Teaching &
Learning with Social Media
Dr. Chris Linder & Chandler Thompson, University o...
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Introduce Yourself
Text 721510 & your name, role, & institution to 37607
#USGTL #EdSoMe
What is a hope you have related to
using social media?
Text 721511 and your message to 37607
#USGTL #EdSoMe
What is a fear you have related to
using social media?
Text 760775 and your message to 37607
#USGTL #EdSoMe
“Technology should not and will
never replace education, but assist
educational practice, improve
teaching ...
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms
Connectivity &
networked learning
(Kabilan, Ahmad, Abidin, 2010; Tarantino, McD...
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms
Increased
engagement &
communication
throughout the week
(Brown, 2013)
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms
Faculty engagement &
intentional use
increases effectiveness
(Junco, Elavsky, &...
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms
Less
anxiety to
answer via
Twitter
(Jackson, 2011)
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms
Technical benefits: Up-
to-date
technology, ease of
use, efficient
(Hurt, Moss,...
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Faculty-Student Relationships
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms
Privacy
(Friesen & Lowe, 2011) #USGTL #EdSoMe
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms
Accessibility
#USGTL #EdSoMe
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms
Student resistance
(prefer to keep
“academic” and
“social” separate)
(Brown, ...
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms
Copyright,
ownership, and
original work
(Brown, 2013)
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms
Commercialism
(Friesen & Lowe, 2011)
EXAMPLES
#USGTL #EdSoMe
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Sharing & Strategizing
• Find two people to talk to (groups of 3)
• Share one idea you have for incorporati...
#USGTL #EdSoMe
Contact Us!
• Dr. Chris Linder
• @proflinder
• linder@uga.edu
• Assistant
Professor, College
Student Affair...
#USGTL #EdSoMe
References
• Brown, P. G. (20130). An experiment in using Twitter in teaching a student affairs practicum c...
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  • Chandler<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?><poll url="http://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/P7MdBh0YVjWNOKC"> <!-- This snippet was inserted via the PollEv Presenter app --> <!-- The presence of this snippet is used to indicate that a poll will be shown during the slideshow --> <!-- TIP: You can draw a solid, filled rectangle on your slide and the PollEv Presenter will automatically display your poll in that area. --> <!-- The PollEv Presenter app must also be running and logged in for this to work. --> <!-- To remove this, simply delete it from the notes yourself or use the PollEv Presenter to remove it for you. --> <title>Introduce Yourself</title></poll>
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  • #EdSoMe: Teaching and Learning with Social MEdia

    1. 1. #USGTL #EdSoMe #EdSoMe: Ideas for Teaching & Learning with Social Media Dr. Chris Linder & Chandler Thompson, University of Georgia
    2. 2. #USGTL #EdSoMe Introduce Yourself Text 721510 & your name, role, & institution to 37607
    3. 3. #USGTL #EdSoMe What is a hope you have related to using social media? Text 721511 and your message to 37607
    4. 4. #USGTL #EdSoMe What is a fear you have related to using social media? Text 760775 and your message to 37607
    5. 5. #USGTL #EdSoMe “Technology should not and will never replace education, but assist educational practice, improve teaching efficiency, and enhance student learning experiences.” (Liu, 2010, p. 113)
    6. 6. #USGTL #EdSoMe Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms Connectivity & networked learning (Kabilan, Ahmad, Abidin, 2010; Tarantino, McDonough, & Hua, 2013) #USGTL #EdSoMe
    7. 7. #USGTL #EdSoMe Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms Increased engagement & communication throughout the week (Brown, 2013)
    8. 8. #USGTL #EdSoMe Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms Faculty engagement & intentional use increases effectiveness (Junco, Elavsky, & Heiberger, 2013)
    9. 9. #USGTL #EdSoMe Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms Less anxiety to answer via Twitter (Jackson, 2011)
    10. 10. #USGTL #EdSoMe Benefits: SoMe & Classrooms Technical benefits: Up- to-date technology, ease of use, efficient (Hurt, Moss, Bradley, Larson, Lovelace, Prevost, 2012)
    11. 11. #USGTL #EdSoMe Faculty-Student Relationships
    12. 12. #USGTL #EdSoMe Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms Privacy (Friesen & Lowe, 2011) #USGTL #EdSoMe
    13. 13. #USGTL #EdSoMe Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms Accessibility #USGTL #EdSoMe
    14. 14. #USGTL #EdSoMe Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms Student resistance (prefer to keep “academic” and “social” separate) (Brown, 2013; Hurt et al., 2012)
    15. 15. #USGTL #EdSoMe Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms Copyright, ownership, and original work (Brown, 2013)
    16. 16. #USGTL #EdSoMe Challenges: SoMe & Classrooms Commercialism (Friesen & Lowe, 2011)
    17. 17. EXAMPLES #USGTL #EdSoMe
    18. 18. #USGTL #EdSoMe Sharing & Strategizing • Find two people to talk to (groups of 3) • Share one idea you have for incorporating social media in your classroom as an activity or an assignment. • Brainstorm the challenges, benefits, and logistical aspects of your idea. #USGTL #EdSoMe
    19. 19. #USGTL #EdSoMe Contact Us! • Dr. Chris Linder • @proflinder • linder@uga.edu • Assistant Professor, College Student Affairs Administration • Chandler Thompson • @ChandElaine • cethomp2@uga.edu • Graduate Student, College Student Affairs Administration
    20. 20. #USGTL #EdSoMe References • Brown, P. G. (20130). An experiment in using Twitter in teaching a student affairs practicum course. The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs. Retrieved http://studentaffairs.com/ejournal/Summer_2013/AnExperimentInUsingTwitter.html. • Friesen, N., & Lowe, S. (2011). The questionable promise of social media for education: Connective learning and the commercial imperative. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 28, 183-194. doi: 10.1111/j.1365- 2729.2011.00426.x • Hurt, N. E., Moss, G. S., Bradley, C. L., Larson, L. R., Lovelace, M. D., Prevost, L. B., Riley, N., Domizi, D., & Camus, M. S. (2012). The „Facebook‟ effect: College students‟ perceptions of online discussions in the age of social networking. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 6(2), 1-24. • Jackson, C. (2011). Your students love social media…and so can you. Teaching Tolerance, 48(39) 38-41. Retrieved http://www.tolerance.org/magazine/number-39-spring-2011/feature/your-students-love-social- media-and-so-can-you. • Junco, R., Elavsky, C. M., & Heiberger, G. (2013). Putting Twitter to the test: Assessing outcomes for student collaboration, engagement and success. British Journal of Educational Technology, 44(2), 273-287. doi: 10.111/j.1467-8535.2012.01284.x • Kabilan, M. K., Ahmad, N., & Abidin, M. J. F. (2010). Facebook: An online environment for learning of English in institutions of higher education? Internet and Higher Education, 13, 179-187. • Liu, Y. (2010). Social media as a learning resource. Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange, 3(1), 101-114. • Tarantino, K., McDonough, J., & Hua, M. (2013). Effects of student engagement with social media on student learning: A review of literature. The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs. Retrieved http://studentaffairs.com/ejournal/Summer_2013/EffectsOfStudentEngagementWithSocialMedia.html.
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