Social Networks
                        Technology for Teaching and Learning
                                   Summer 200...
Day 3: Social Networks

              ❖         Social Networks (generally
                        speaking...)

         ...
Social Networks, Generally
                                Speaking...
              ❖     “How Twitter Will Change the Wa...
Social Networks, Generally
                                Speaking...
              ❖     “First of its kind study at U o...
Let’s talk Facebook....
              ❖         Pros, cons, reservations, etc.

              ❖         I personally don’t...
Nings
              ❖         Pros and cons...

              ❖         Our ning.com at http://techforteach.ning.com/

   ...
Twitter.com
              ❖         The Twitter Experiment (YouTube video)

              ❖         My (modest) examples.....
Bookmarking
              ❖         (This isn’t something I do much, but...)

              ❖         Social Bookmarking i...
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  1. 1. Social Networks Technology for Teaching and Learning Summer 2009 Friday, July 31, 2009
  2. 2. Day 3: Social Networks ❖ Social Networks (generally speaking...) ❖ Facebook.com ❖ Ning.com (ours and some other examples) ❖ Twitter.com ❖ Bookmarking Friday, July 31, 2009
  3. 3. Social Networks, Generally Speaking... ❖ “How Twitter Will Change the Way We Live,” by Steve Johnson, Time, June 2009. “Social networks are notoriously vulnerable to the fickle tastes of teens and 20-somethings (remember Friendster?), so it's entirely possible that three or four years from now, we'll have moved on to some Twitter successor. But the key elements of the Twitter platform — the follower structure, link-sharing, real-time searching — will persevere regardless of Twitter's fortunes, just as Web conventions like links, posts and feeds have endured over the past decade.” Friday, July 31, 2009
  4. 4. Social Networks, Generally Speaking... ❖ “First of its kind study at U of Minnesota...” by Christine Greenhow ❖ Youth, Identity, and Digital Media series from the MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning ❖ “Social Network” on Wikipedia.org Friday, July 31, 2009
  5. 5. Let’s talk Facebook.... ❖ Pros, cons, reservations, etc. ❖ I personally don’t teach with Facebook, but.... ❖ “Educators Using Facebook” Facebook Group ❖ “Driving Engagement and Belonging with Facebook” (PDF) from Michael Staton ❖ “Thanks for the Add. Now Help Me with My Homework,” kind of about Greenhow’s work Friday, July 31, 2009
  6. 6. Nings ❖ Pros and cons... ❖ Our ning.com at http://techforteach.ning.com/ ❖ Search for other Nings! Friday, July 31, 2009
  7. 7. Twitter.com ❖ The Twitter Experiment (YouTube video) ❖ My (modest) examples... ❖ A TON of Twitter links out there; for example: ❖ 100+ Serious Twitter Tips for Academics ❖ Twitter Tweets for Higher Education Friday, July 31, 2009
  8. 8. Bookmarking ❖ (This isn’t something I do much, but...) ❖ Social Bookmarking in Plain English ❖ delicious.com (to sign up for a site) ❖ digg.com (a slightly different, more social bookmarking site) Friday, July 31, 2009
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