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Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
Social media for education communications
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Social media for education communications

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A presentation by Paul Baker 16 Nov. 2006 as part of a panel discussion of new media at the UW-Madison, for campus communicators

A presentation by Paul Baker 16 Nov. 2006 as part of a panel discussion of new media at the UW-Madison, for campus communicators

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  • Nice slideshow. It will be great if you added small description of each one. I've found a lot of info about blogs and their creation at shared files SE http://www.sharedshares.com . But I'd like to know more about other means.
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  • Nice slideshow. It will be great if you added small description of each one. I've found a lot of info about blogs and their creation at shared files SE http://www.sharedshares.com . But I'd like to know more about other means.
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  • exceptional demonstration..convinced me to have a hardlook at my company model..brilliant

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  • 1. <ul><li>Using social media in education communications Paul Baker </li></ul>
  • 2. www.wcer.wisc.edu
  • 3. Overview <ul><li>Social media include Blogs Podcasts News feeds (RSS) Wikis Social networking Social tagging </li></ul>
  • 4. Blogs
  • 5. EducationPR
  • 6. Value Added Research Center
  • 7. Natl. School Boards Assoc.
  • 8. Will Richardson
  • 9. News feeds (RSS)
  • 10. Yahoo news aggregator
  • 11. UW-Madison news
  • 12. Health Sciences Library
  • 13. Sage news aggragator
  • 14. Podcasts
  • 15. iTunes podcast subs
  • 16. Podcast.net directory
  • 17. Learn Out Loud
  • 18. Wikis
  • 19. Wikipedia
  • 20. Entry for education research
  • 21. PBwiki
  • 22. Collaborative projects
  • 23. Social networking
  • 24. MySpace
  • 25. Friends networks
  • 26. Linked In
  • 27. Social bookmarking
  • 28. Del.icio.us
  • 29. Tagging
  • 30. Flickr
  • 31. Sharing photos
  • 32. Groups, sets, comments
  • 33. Measuring your reach <ul><li>Measuring the online news world: Google alerts </li></ul>
  • 34. Alerts via RSS, email
  • 35. <ul><li>Measuring the blogosphere : Technorati WordPress Site meter </li></ul>
  • 36. Technorati
  • 37. Watchlists
  • 38. Wordpress stats
  • 39. SiteMeter stats
  • 40. <ul><li>Measuring your RSS news feed subscribers: Feedburner Bloglines </li></ul>
  • 41. Feedburner
  • 42. Subscriber info
  • 43. Bloglines stats
  • 44. Thank you <ul><li>Paul Baker </li></ul><ul><li>EducationPR </li></ul><ul><li>http://pbaker.wordpress.com </li></ul>

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