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Personal Learning Networks and Social Media

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Social media has changed how we connect and learn. Never before have we been able to connect with a well-known author, researcher or industry leader the way we can now with tools like Twitter, …

Social media has changed how we connect and learn. Never before have we been able to connect with a well-known author, researcher or industry leader the way we can now with tools like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Learn how to find and connect with amazing people from across the globe and grow your personal learning network

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  • 1. Social Media & Personal Learning Networks
  • 2. Connect to ideas and knowledge
  • 3. Connect to peopleImage from bobby-james via Flickr
  • 4. Personal Learning Networks 1.0Image from mikecogh via Flickr
  • 5. Technology changes communication
  • 6. http://bit.ly/tP1Zjn
  • 7. Facebook Registered Usershttp://on.mash.to/A2EqB1
  • 8. http://tcrn.ch/w7Xj4m
  • 9. LinkedIn Registered Users 160,000,000 140,000,000 120,000,000 100,000,000 80,000,000 Users 60,000,000 40,000,000 20,000,000 0 Oct 2009 May 2010 Mar 2011 Feb 2012Data from http://vincos.it/the-state-of-linkedin/
  • 10. Personal Learning Networks 2.0Image from FredCavazza.net
  • 11. Confused about all the social networks?Image from Tina Vega via Flickr
  • 12. Are you exhausted just thinking about it?Image from Pragmagraphrvia Flickr
  • 13. Personal learning networks are unique
  • 14. Access global expertiseImage from WebWizzard via Flickr
  • 15. Image from Scuddr via Flickr
  • 16. Access global expertiseScott Stratten Jeremiah Owyang Mari Smith
  • 17. Imagine the possibilitiesImage from MyEye85 via Flickr
  • 18. Ask and answer questionsImage from Silicon Prairie News via Flickr
  • 19. Ask and answer questions
  • 20. Ask and answer questions
  • 21. Ask and answer questions
  • 22. Access Relevant Information
  • 23. Access relevant information
  • 24. How do I get started?
  • 25. What are your interests?Image from Ron Houtman via Flickr
  • 26. Search out your interests
  • 27. Search out your interests
  • 28. Image from Will Lion via Flickr
  • 29. Your PLN requires cultivatingImage from j&tplaman via Flickr
  • 30. The importance of digital citizenshipImage from http://spicylearning.wordpress.com/2010/11/07/think-before-you-post-online/
  • 31. The importance of digital citizenship Validate your information Balloon boy become a Twitter sensation – and it was fake.
  • 32. The importance of digital citizenship
  • 33. Resources to help you• https://support.twitter.com/groups/31-twitter-basics• http://learn.linkedin.com• http://googlereader.blogspot.ca/2009/01/google-reader-for-beginners.html• http://help.hootsuite.com/entries/210935-hootsuite-quick-start-guide• http://www.mikemccready.ca/blog

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