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A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
A birds eye view of social media for education
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  • A presentation by Bernie Goldbach.
  • I blog at www.insideview.ie, talk at audioboo.fm/topgold and share videos at youtube.com/topgold
  • conducted continuous, semi-structured and informal interviews with selected students and respondents. The researcher developed interviews using the ethnographic process recommended by Spradley (1979). The data that the researcher collected from classroom observations, exploration, investigation, and surveys of student attitudes toward such classroom environments assisted in preparing the analysis of findings. Artifacts (for example, tape recordings and computer software) also assisted in the data collection and analysis processes. http://www.amazon.com/Ethnographic-Interview-James-P-Spradley/dp/0030444969
  • We need to cover essential learning about online privacy and identity. Slide from Steve Wheeler.
  • Facebook is problematic when connecting lecturers to students.
  • Nicholas Negroponte: From being digital to digital beings.  IBM Systems Journal 39 (3&4): 417-418 (2000)
  • Hanging Out ,  Messing Around , and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media by Mizuko Ito. Slide from Steve Wheeler.
  • From the beginning of time, creatives acted.
  • Info from Steve Wheeler.
  • We participate by sharing.
  • Foot warmers optional.
  • Snapped by cameraphone.
  • More than 90% of the images created in our modules are available through Creative Commons licensing.
  • We arrange guest lecturers through Google Hangouts.
  • The photo is a screenshot snapped on my iTouch during a Google Hangout.
  • We connect with lecturers in other third level institutions through Google Plus.
  • I am http://gplus.to/topgold
  • I am http://gplus.to/topgold
  • We connect with lecturers in other third level institutions through Google Plus.
  • Snapped during an audio preparation session.
  • We connect with lecturers in other third level institutions through Google Plus.
  • We connect with lecturers in other third level institutions through Google Plus.
  • We connect with lecturers in other third level institutions through Google Plus.
  • We connect with lecturers in other third level institutions through Google Plus.
  • I’m very findable.
  • I’m very findable. I blog and talk about education, technology and being a dad to a very creative couple of kids.
  • Transcript

    • 1. A Bird’s Eye View of Social Media for EducationOur social mediaprocess with creativemultimedia students in @topgoldLSAD-Clonmel.
    • 2. I’m Bernie GoldbachLimerick School of Art and Design @topgold
    • 3. This presentation surveys the social networking process used by thirdlevel creative students as they develop better communication skillswhile completing modules in Media Writing, Public Relations, SocialMedia, Multimedia Exhibition, e-publishing and AppliedCommunications in a BSc degree programme.KPI 1. Graduates must populate digital channels with their creativework.KPI 2. Students must develop a collaborative spirit to ensure they canwork with designers, art directors, copywriters, front end developers,programmers, marketers, and analysts.KPI 3. Students need to flourish in a BYOD environment. @topgold
    • 4. -- My research includes continuous, informal interviews with students.The Process -- Followed ethnographic process recommended by Spradley (1979). -- Digital artifacts (Flickr,This is the fundamental LinkedIn, Google Plus, Twitter,research behind blank screencreativity. Audioboo) assisted the data collection process. @topgold
    • 5. The CreativeExperience–Part Digital,Part AnalogueThings worth sharing are oftenoriginal artwork. @topgold
    • 6. LearningPrivacy @topgold
    • 7. We have moved awayfrom Facebook as achannel for sharing.Facebook Messengerremains a primarycommunicationschannel for students. @topgold
    • 8. A BYOD WorldWe have moved from"atom-based" economy,and towards onefocused around thecreation, manipulation,communication andstorage of electronicbinary digits or "bits".Nicholas Negroponte, 2000 @topgold
    • 9. SkillsLiteraciesImmersion @topgold
    • 10. NewLiteraciesOften are not specified ontoday’s curriculum. @topgold
    • 11. @topgold
    • 12. @topgold
    • 13. @topgold
    • 14. @topgold
    • 15. Learning How to Build Trust @topgold
    • 16. How to Affect Social Search @topgold
    • 17. Making a Footprint @topgold
    • 18. Establishing an Online Identity @topgold
    • 19. Uploading Image Collateral @topgold
    • 20. Add A-List Imagery Screenshots are often on student’s phone. @topgold
    • 21. Contextual Studies Sharing imagery. @topgold
    • 22. DrawingSharing work at check-in. @topgold
    • 23. Google PlusAn online toolset you can trust. @topgold
    • 24. SocialNetworkingFatigueIt’s a real problem. @topgold
    • 25. Creative CollaborationMeeting creative people in Google Hangouts. @topgold
    • 26. In-HandHangoutThis is one of the mostengaging and active forms focommunications that I’ve everused in-hand. @topgold
    • 27. Creative CollaborationMeeting creative people in Google Hangouts. @topgold
    • 28. G+ Events @topgold
    • 29. G+ Communities @topgold
    • 30. G+ Post@topgold
    • 31. G+ Profile @topgold
    • 32. G+ Talks to Twitter @topgold
    • 33. Learningfrom CirclesI get less noise and learn morefrom G+ than any other socialnetwork. @topgold
    • 34. NotificationsYou can turn them off. @topgold
    • 35. Notificationson iOSI can work my notificationsfrom a pocket-sized view. @topgold
    • 36. NotificationsElegant on iOS and Android. @topgold
    • 37. PrivateCommunityThis has proven to be moreefficient than BaseCamp or adiscussion board. @topgold
    • 38. Cross-FeedFlickrImages from the VoicesCommunity often becomepublic images in a Flickr group. @topgold
    • 39. LinkedInNotificationsWe place students into jobsthrough LinkedIn connections. @topgold
    • 40. LinkedInMessagesOften more effective thanemail. @topgold
    • 41. Social AudioI am Audioboo.fm/topgold. @topgold
    • 42. Audio PracticalStart simple.Draft a response.Record 90 second audio. @topgold
    • 43. Private MessagesDirect feedback into student’s ears. @topgold
    • 44. Using Twitter for Hashtags Social Media is #litsm. @topgold
    • 45. Using Twitter for ResearchOur e-publishing connects to the #eprdctn realm. @topgold
    • 46. Internet of ThingsWe are headed towards a world where things share automatically. @topgold
    • 47. ConclusionUse the tool that fits. @topgold
    • 48. Circle MeOr follow me @topgold. @topgold
    • 49. Let’s connect and share. Bgoldbach AT yahoo.com www.insideview.ie @topgold

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