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Building Your Online Personal Learning Network

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Learning is an individual self-directed process, but learning does not have to be a solitary process. Often it is best done with others. Fortunately, there are many tools you can use to help you ...

Learning is an individual self-directed process, but learning does not have to be a solitary process. Often it is best done with others. Fortunately, there are many tools you can use to help you continue your learning. Which tools are the right ones for you? Who do you go to to ask your questions? How do you find these people?

Many of today’s social media sites make it easy to find the right people and the right information and to share what you know. Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Delicious, Diigo, Pinterest, Scoop.It, Slideshare, YouTube, Vimeo, TeacherTube, eXtension Learn, Facebook, StackExchange, WikiPedia, Google Alerts, RSS feeds, and podcasts are just some of the places you can share and learn.

Presented by Anne Adrian and John Dorner

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    Building Your Online Personal Learning Network Building Your Online Personal Learning Network Presentation Transcript

    • Creating Your OnlineLearning NetworkAnne Adrian eXtension-Auburn UniversityTwitter: @aafromaaJohn Dorner, North Carolina State UniversityTwitter: @jdornerNACAA July 2012
    • Brought to you by the eXtensionNetwork Literacy CoPwww.extension.org/network_literacyJ
    • What Is a LN?LNs are deliberately formed networksof people and resources capable ofguiding our independent learninggoals and professional developmentneeds.A
    • LN ResourcesCONVERSATIONSTwitterFacebookBlog CommentsLinkedInGoogle PlusCONTENTBlogsVideosSlideshowsBookmarksA
    • Using Twitter For Your LNWhat Is Twitter?Twitter is a free social networking and micro-bloggingtool that allows users to share 140 character bursts ofinformation (tweets).How are people using Twitter?News sourceConversationConference trackerMarketing toolKnowledge networkText MessagingJ
    • Identify peopleColleaguesFriends & FamilyAuthorsBloggersSpeakersMagazinesNews SitesJ
    • Search for themJ
    • Search your address bookJ
    • Follow people that are retweetedJ
    • Follow FollowersJ
    • Lists you are onJ
    • Search for subjectsA
    • Search using #hashtags#hashtagsarecommunitydrivenA
    • AppsTweetdeckHootsuiteTwitter App -iPhone/AndroidFlipboard -iPhone/iPadA
    • Next StepsCREATE account if you dont have oneFIND your real life friends/colleaguesSEARCH for others with similar interestsFOLLOW othersSHARE what you discover and learnhttp://www.extension.org/people/colleagues/socialnetworksA
    • Creating Your OnlineLearning NetworkAnne Adrian eXtension-Auburn UniversityTwitter: @aafromaaaadrian@extension.orghttp://www.extension.org/people/aadrianJohn Dorner, North Carolina State UniversityTwitter: @jdornerjdorner@ncsu.eduhttp://www.extension.org/people/jdorner
    • AbstractLearning is an individual self-directed process, but learning does not have to be asolitary process. Often it is best done with others. Fortunately, there are many tools youcan use to help you continue your learning. Which tools are the right ones for you?Who do you go to to ask your questions? How do you find these people?Many of today’s social media sites make it easy to find the right people and the rightinformation and to share what you know. Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Delicious, Diigo,Pinterest, Scoop.It, Slideshare, YouTube, Vimeo, TeacherTube, eXtension Learn,Facebook, StackExchange, WikiPedia, Google Alerts, RSS feeds, and podcasts arejust some of the places you can share and learn.In this session, we’ll discuss which tool to use for which job and how to find theinformation that you want.