Even when you are new to a profession, as I am, you bring things to the table. It may not be glamorous, but answering an email, researching a question, or filing papers, bring what you can. You cannot simply show up and expect busy and intelligent people to teach you the best jobs that you want to do. If you start by contributing you can work with people that are smarter than you and will teach you things during the process, if you pay attention.
Strategies for starting to use social media
Strategies for starting to use social media and digital tools<br />Robert Fraser BScN RN<br />Learn more, help others.<br />Graduate Student, Nurse.<br />@rdjfraser<br />robertfraser.ca<br />
Objectives<br /> Learners will be able to apply strategies in their approach to learning new social media tools<br />Learners will feel less anxious about adoption of new tools<br />Students will be able to develop their own plan for learning new social media tools<br />
My Advice<br />Information Inflow<br /> Organize information<br />Professional online presence<br />Online Publishing<br />Publish different content forms<br />Learn to use Wikipedia/wikis<br />Experiment with twitter<br />Automate posting<br />Analytics<br />
Exercise<br />List your expertise, and/or desired area of expertise<br />Discuss how others find out your skillsets and how you actively share them<br />Discuss how you might use one social media tool to enhance activities you are currently engaged in<br />