Campus Technology 2011 -Social Media in the Classroom
Social Media in the Classroom
A few notes on Social Media Make a plan • Be sure it fits “The Need” Students Goals Platform Your StrategyResources http://www.slideshare.net/leighhouse/social-media-higher-ed
A few notes on Social Media Not everyone will use it the same way 21% of people create content 37% review and comment 35% join and participate in social networking 69% are spectatorsResources http://www.slideshare.net/leighhouse/social-media-higher-ed
A few notes on Social Media It may not work the first time • Keep at it and think strategically 50% of social media campaigns launched by Fortune 500 companies will failResources http://www.slideshare.net/leighhouse/social-media-higher-ed
Raise your hand with Twitter • Pull more students into the discussion • Pose questions to professors and classmates in or out of class • Follow relevant thought leaders, retweet themResources http://mashable.com/2010/03/01/twitter-classroom/
Connect and share with the students in your life • Private study groups • Have students create Fan Pages • Profile of an historical figure • Imaginary business or product • Students create a separate profile to protect privacy, set guidelines • 200+ Facebook Apps for Education • Poll your class as a Clickers alternative • Event invites, class announcements • Private collaborative groups with other instructorsResources http://www.onlinecollege.org/2009/10/20/100-ways-you-should-be-using-facebook-in-your-classroom/
Text, talk and group video • Set up Skype “Office Hours” • Lecture capture • Connect classmates outside of class time • Find a tutor • Virtual field trips • Connect with foreign language students in other countries • Guest lecturersResources http://www.teachingdegree.org/2009/06/30/50-awesome-ways-to-use-skype-in-the-classroom/
Be visual • YouTube EDU • Tutorials • Your lectures • “Guest Lecturer” - MIT Open Courseware - Harvard Business Cases • Students to create and promote a viral video • Post relevant video links on your LMS • Explore Vimeo for more professional contentResources http://www.edutechintegration.com/2010/12/10-tips-for-using-youtube-in-classroom.html
Group chat with classmates like Skype Filter Feed better than Twitter or Bottom Line: Google Plus integrates the best FacebookResources http://mashable.com/2010/03/01/twitter-classroom/ one place social media features in
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