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New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
New Faculty Orientation (social networks)
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New Faculty Orientation (social networks)

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Short ppt introduction to social networks for faculty orientation.

Short ppt introduction to social networks for faculty orientation.

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  • 1. Social media is a tool; social learning is an action.And online social technologies have enabledfrictionless social learning opportunities.
  • 2. Cathy Davidson The interconnected, interactive nature of social learning exponentially amplifies the rate at which critical content can be shared and questions can be answered.
  • 3. OVERWHELMED
  • 4. WebConferencing
  • 5. telswebletter.com yc.edu/tels

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