Introduction to Social Media        in Education       Social Media Series
PresenterJason Rhode, Ph.D.Assistant Director, FacultyDevelopment and InstructionalDesign CenterNorthern Illinois Universi...
Today’s Workshop• Explore what social media is and the  pedagogical potential for use of social media  in educational sett...
What is Social Media?“Web 2.0 applications that have the potential toincrease interactions among individuals throughcreati...
Expanded Definition…anyone can participate due to the democraticnature and the expected equality ofparticipating. Individu...
Expanded Definition (cont.)…The social process is distanciated through timeand space; individuals can participate anytimea...
Social Networking“Web based services that allow individuals to:1. Construct a public or semi-public profile   within a bou...
Social Media vs. Social Networking               Web 2.0             Social Media                Social              Netwo...
The Networked TeacherPhoto courtesy http://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696
Teacher’s Guide to Social Mediahttp://www.onlinecolleges.net/2012/07/26/a-teachers-guide-to-social-media/
Which of these do you use?•   YouTube•   Facebook•   Blogs•   LinkedIn•   Wikis•   Twitter•   Flickr•   SlideShare
Teacher’s Guide to Social Mediahttp://www.onlinecolleges.net/2012/07/26/a-teachers-guide-to-social-media/
Teacher’s Guide to Social Mediahttp://www.onlinecolleges.net/2012/07/26/a-teachers-guide-to-social-media/
Benefits for Educators• Opportunity for professional development  without leaving the office• Way to gather resources, inc...
Core Interaction ComponentsDiagram courtesy http://flickr.com/photos/jrhode/2041352741
Formal & Informal Interaction
Interaction MatrixDiagram courtesy http://flickr.com/photos/jrhode/2040911590
Pedagogical Frameworkengaging                                        presentingstudents in                                ...
Social Media Tools & Technologies               Blogs       Wikis                     Social     Social    Podcasts       ...
Blog• usually maintained by an  individual• regular entries of  commentary, descriptions of  events, or other material  su...
Sample Blogfacdevblog.niu.edu
Wiki• “quick” website• anyone who accesses it can  contribute or modify content  (excluding blocked users)• uses a simplif...
Sample Wikiblackboardtips.wikispaces.com
Podcast• combination of audio and/or video  made available for download via  syndication• files are usually retrieved with...
Sample Podcastniu.edu/blackboard/podcast
Social Bookmarks• store, organize, search,  & manage bookmarks of  Web pages in the  “cloud”• use keywords, called  “tags”...
Sample Social Bookmarksciteulike.org/user/jrhode
Social Networks• connections among users  with shared interests,  relationships, or contexts• “following” or “friending”  ...
Sample Social Networktwitter.com/facdev
Video Sharing• media recorded either  with a webcam or external  video camera, then posted  online to a video sharing  ser...
Sample Shared Videosvimeo.com/facdev
Photo Sharing• photos taken using  either camera, or mobile  device with  camera, then uploaded  to cloud-based service  t...
Sample Shared Photosflickr.com/photos/jrhode
Tips for Getting Started• Attend upcoming “Social Media Series”  workshops offered by Faculty Development• Baby Steps…pick...
Tips for Getting Started (cont.)• Commit to be a social media participant• Build your own network• Consider including opti...
Suggested Books
ReferencesBoyd, D. M. and Ellison, N. B. (2007). Socialnetwork sites: Definition, history, andscholarship. Journal of Comp...
Archives Available Online   www.niu.edu/facdev/programs/archives
Archives Available in iTunes      Search “NIU Faculty Development”
Follow Faculty Developmentfacebook.com/facdev   twitter.com/facdev
Contact the PresenterJason Rhode, Ph.D.Faculty Development andInstructional Design CenterNorthern Illinois Universityjrhod...
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Do you use Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube? Have you ever considered leveraging social media tools like these in your teaching? During this introductory online session led by Jason Rhode on 9/28/2012, we explored what social media are and the pedagogical potential for use of social media in educational settings. We set the stage for future sessions to further explore use of social media tools and the design of engaging and innovative learning activities.

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  • Jason Rhode, Ph.D.Faculty Development and Instructional Design CenterNorthern Illinois Universityjasonrhode.comjrhode@niu.edutwitter.com/jrhode815.753.2475
  • Introduction to Social Media in Education

    1. 1. Introduction to Social Media in Education Social Media Series
    2. 2. PresenterJason Rhode, Ph.D.Assistant Director, FacultyDevelopment and InstructionalDesign CenterNorthern Illinois Universityniu.edu/facdevjrhode@niu.edutwitter.com/jrhode
    3. 3. Today’s Workshop• Explore what social media is and the pedagogical potential for use of social media in educational settings• Set the stage for future sessions to further explore use of social media tools and the design of engaging and innovative learning activities
    4. 4. What is Social Media?“Web 2.0 applications that have the potential toincrease interactions among individuals throughcreating and sharing” (Joosten, 2012) Photo courtesy http://www.flickr.com/photos/yourdon/2973403186
    5. 5. Expanded Definition…anyone can participate due to the democraticnature and the expected equality ofparticipating. Individuals participating in socialmedia arecommunicating, encoding, transmitting, anddecoding messages at a basic level. Usually, thiscommunication takes the form of user-generated content (UGC) which iscreated, shared, and gathered. Communicationis predominately efficient.
    6. 6. Expanded Definition (cont.)…The social process is distanciated through timeand space; individuals can participate anytimeand anywhere. Social interactions can equallyassist individuals in completing a task or buildingand maintaining relationships.Or more simply put, social media are: Virtualplaces where people share; everybody andanybody can share anything anywhere anytime.(Joosten, 2012)
    7. 7. Social Networking“Web based services that allow individuals to:1. Construct a public or semi-public profile within a bounded system;2. Articulate a list of other users with whom they share a connection; and3. View and traverse their list of connections and those made by others within the system”(Boyd & Ellison, 2007, para. 4)
    8. 8. Social Media vs. Social Networking Web 2.0 Social Media Social Networking Sites
    9. 9. The Networked TeacherPhoto courtesy http://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696
    10. 10. Teacher’s Guide to Social Mediahttp://www.onlinecolleges.net/2012/07/26/a-teachers-guide-to-social-media/
    11. 11. Which of these do you use?• YouTube• Facebook• Blogs• LinkedIn• Wikis• Twitter• Flickr• SlideShare
    12. 12. Teacher’s Guide to Social Mediahttp://www.onlinecolleges.net/2012/07/26/a-teachers-guide-to-social-media/
    13. 13. Teacher’s Guide to Social Mediahttp://www.onlinecolleges.net/2012/07/26/a-teachers-guide-to-social-media/
    14. 14. Benefits for Educators• Opportunity for professional development without leaving the office• Way to gather resources, including publications and research• Learn new strategies through videos and blog posts• Get updates and news influencing your field• Crowdsource or gather input on questions and problems you’re trying to solve
    15. 15. Core Interaction ComponentsDiagram courtesy http://flickr.com/photos/jrhode/2041352741
    16. 16. Formal & Informal Interaction
    17. 17. Interaction MatrixDiagram courtesy http://flickr.com/photos/jrhode/2040911590
    18. 18. Pedagogical Frameworkengaging presentingstudents in material andcollaborations, concepts in aconnecting meaningful andconcepts with memorablereal-world Socially ways, guiding theapplications learning process Engaged Onlinefostering social Instruction pulling together,presence, reviewing, andproviding timely selectinginformation, content,guiding the resources, andlearning process conversations
    19. 19. Social Media Tools & Technologies Blogs Wikis Social Social Podcasts Bookmarks Networks Video Photo Sharing Sharing
    20. 20. Blog• usually maintained by an individual• regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video• entries are commonly displayed in reverse- Recommended Free Blogging Tools: chronological order •• combines, text, images, and • Blogger.com WordPress.com links to other blogs • Posterous.com •• readers can leave comments Tumblr.com Diagram courtesy http://flickr.com/photos/jrhode/1482486825
    21. 21. Sample Blogfacdevblog.niu.edu
    22. 22. Wiki• “quick” website• anyone who accesses it can contribute or modify content (excluding blocked users)• uses a simplified markup language in conjunction with, or instead of HTML• often used to create Recommended Free Wiki Tools: collaborative websites and to • Wikispaces power community websites • Pbworks• Wikipedia is one of the best- • Google Sites • Google Drive known wikis Diagram courtesy http://flickr.com/photos/jrhode/4665680423
    23. 23. Sample Wikiblackboardtips.wikispaces.com
    24. 24. Podcast• combination of audio and/or video made available for download via syndication• files are usually retrieved with software applications (generically known as podcatchers) such as iTunes• subscribers can listen at their convenience on devices that have Recommended Podcasting Tools: intermittent, slow, or are otherwise lacking Internet access • iTunes • Downcast (mobile podcatcher)• podcatcher reads an [RSS] feed • Audioboo (mobile app for creation) (whose entries point to specific • Podbean.com podcasts, usually sorted by date) to • Podomatic.com identify and retrieve the podcast Diagram courtesy http://flickr.com/photos/jrhode/1482486833
    25. 25. Sample Podcastniu.edu/blackboard/podcast
    26. 26. Social Bookmarks• store, organize, search, & manage bookmarks of Web pages in the “cloud”• use keywords, called “tags” to easily sort and Recommended Free Social share Bookmarking Tools:• keep some bookmarks • Diigo.com • Delicious.com private, share others • CiteULike.org • PinterestDiagram courtesy http://diigo.com
    27. 27. Sample Social Bookmarksciteulike.org/user/jrhode
    28. 28. Social Networks• connections among users with shared interests, relationships, or contexts• “following” or “friending” to add a connection in your network• either public or private Recommended Free Social• used for different Networking Tools: purposes (personal, • Twitter.com professional, academic) • Facebook.com • LinkedIn.com• many networks intertwine • Google+Diagram courtesy http://flickr.com/photos/joepemberton/3305147093
    29. 29. Sample Social Networktwitter.com/facdev
    30. 30. Video Sharing• media recorded either with a webcam or external video camera, then posted online to a video sharing service for distribution• video is optimized for easy viewing online and usually also able to be embedded Recommended Free Video Sharing Tools: in another website or LMS like Blackboard • YouTube.com • Vimeo.com • KhanAcademy.com • Screenr.com
    31. 31. Sample Shared Videosvimeo.com/facdev
    32. 32. Photo Sharing• photos taken using either camera, or mobile device with camera, then uploaded to cloud-based service to share with others Recommended Free Photo Sharing• photos easily shared Tools: using other connected • Flickr.com social networks • • Shutterfly.com Photobucket.com • Instagram.com
    33. 33. Sample Shared Photosflickr.com/photos/jrhode
    34. 34. Tips for Getting Started• Attend upcoming “Social Media Series” workshops offered by Faculty Development• Baby Steps…pick one tool at a time• Setup a free account on tool you select• Look for mobile app for the tool selected to use on your mobile device• Try personally and professionally before incorporating into your teaching
    35. 35. Tips for Getting Started (cont.)• Commit to be a social media participant• Build your own network• Consider including options for students to utilize social media in their course-related activities
    36. 36. Suggested Books
    37. 37. ReferencesBoyd, D. M. and Ellison, N. B. (2007). Socialnetwork sites: Definition, history, andscholarship. Journal of Computer-MediatedCommunication, 13(1).Joosten, T. (2012). Social media for educators:Strategies and best practices. San Francisco:Jossey-Bass.
    38. 38. Archives Available Online www.niu.edu/facdev/programs/archives
    39. 39. Archives Available in iTunes Search “NIU Faculty Development”
    40. 40. Follow Faculty Developmentfacebook.com/facdev twitter.com/facdev
    41. 41. Contact the PresenterJason Rhode, Ph.D.Faculty Development andInstructional Design CenterNorthern Illinois Universityjrhode@niu.eduniu.edu/facdevtwitter.com/jrhode815.753.2475
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