Free the mind, it is amazing what
you will find. ~Charlie Robinson
Alone we can do so little; together
we can do so much. ...
Social Learning | Social Media
Social Learning is learning with and from others. It happens at conferences,
cafes or onlin...
Social Learning, using the technology of Social Media.
Requires a perception shift; a shift that encourages ongoing knowle...
Social Media’s Public Domain
Facebook (Public)
• Conversations and exchanges
once only possible on a local
level now becom...
Yammer
Charlie has been accepted into Jane Hart‘s Social Learning Environment Network for
further learning and knowledge s...
Facebook
“Facebook Pages help educators join the conversation, share their
stories, and build a meaningful dialogue with t...
Facebook Notes
The primary reason for using the Notes Application (on Facebook) is to publish
something longer than the us...
Facebook Images
With Facebook such a visual communications tool, the use of images to
capture the eye, required a defined ...
Facebook Wall Postings
The Unearthing Ideas online area became, in essence, an online journal.
Each day, references to art...
Student Encouragement
Student Reflection
Online Discussion
Open Dialogue
Student Feedback
Sharing Research
Sharing Research
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  1. 1. Free the mind, it is amazing what you will find. ~Charlie Robinson Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. ~Helen Keller
  2. 2. Social Learning | Social Media Social Learning is learning with and from others. It happens at conferences, cafes or online — with or without social media tools. Social learning can’t be forced. It must be organic. Social Media has the ability to scale things in ways never imagined in the past.
  3. 3. Social Learning, using the technology of Social Media. Requires a perception shift; a shift that encourages ongoing knowledge transfer and connects people in ways that make learning a joy. The students hear “we are coming into your world to play”.
  4. 4. Social Media’s Public Domain Facebook (Public) • Conversations and exchanges once only possible on a local level now become macro and available to a potential world audience... Conversations that in many situations exist between small groups or in a classroom or studio now have the potential to reach the whole university, local, national and international communities. ~Charlie Yammer (Invited) • Connections between people, groups, offices and ideas. You help build the network every time you post your work, ask a question, provide an answer, or share a discovery. Brainstorm with anyone, anywhere in the world. You might find inspiration from the most unusual of places! ~Yammer
  5. 5. Yammer Charlie has been accepted into Jane Hart‘s Social Learning Environment Network for further learning and knowledge sharing. http://sociallearningcentre.co.uk/
  6. 6. Facebook “Facebook Pages help educators join the conversation, share their stories, and build a meaningful dialogue with their audience.” ~Facebook
  7. 7. Facebook Notes The primary reason for using the Notes Application (on Facebook) is to publish something longer than the usual character limit of 420 characters. Notes can be formatted (bold and/or italic text, bulleted and numbered lists, etc.) and pictures can be used to make the overall appearance more attractive.
  8. 8. Facebook Images With Facebook such a visual communications tool, the use of images to capture the eye, required a defined strategy. Photo albums posted “officially” used black/white images. This allowed for student postings to be visually distinct .
  9. 9. Facebook Wall Postings The Unearthing Ideas online area became, in essence, an online journal. Each day, references to articles, quotes, books and theories were posted to the wall for the student’s future reference.
  10. 10. Student Encouragement
  11. 11. Student Reflection
  12. 12. Online Discussion
  13. 13. Open Dialogue
  14. 14. Student Feedback
  15. 15. Sharing Research
  16. 16. Sharing Research

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