Social media for learning

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  • www.wordle.netBased on first paragraph of wikipedia’s definition of social media- with a couple extra “dialogue”s added in for good measure
  • This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Author: Samantha Penney, samantha.penney@gmail.com    Classmates.com – 1995Delicious - 2003Facebook – 2004 900 millionFlickr – 2004Foursquare- 2009LinkedIn-2003 120 million LiveJournal – 1999 17 milionMySpace-2003 100 millionNing-2005Twitter – 2006 300 millionYammer - 2008
  • Social media for learning

    1. 1. Lisa Meece @lisameece108 http://lisaslearnings.wordpress.com/
    2. 2. What is SocialMedia?
    3. 3. First e-mail received… 1971
    4. 4. 1985
    5. 5. 2003
    6. 6. 2004
    7. 7. 2006
    8. 8. 2009
    9. 9. The world ischangingrapidly…ourbrainsaren’t.
    10. 10. The tools maybe new – butthe techniquesaren’t.
    11. 11. And, while the arguments soundnew, they apply to things we don’teven think of as technology.
    12. 12. Instead of sittingin the audience….
    13. 13. You’re now part of the show…
    14. 14. Instead of gettingvalue from whatyou TAKE fromeverybody else…
    15. 15. Now it’s about whatyou have to SHARE.
    16. 16. How are YOUcontributing to theconversation?
    17. 17. Social media isn’tthe best way topresent or findinformation thatmatches an exact,targeted need.
    18. 18. It gives you a “grabbag” of usefulinformation andconnectionsunavailableunder theold model.
    19. 19. Lisa Meece @lisameece108 http://lisaslearnings.wordpress.com/

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