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eLearning Content And Social Media

eLearning Brothers

You want your eLearners to stay with you much more than 8 seconds and be engaged by your social media marketing (SMM) content. From a content marketing professional’s perspective, every eLearning platform should populate more than one if not all major social media platforms. As you jump hurdles and overcome issues in your social media deliveries, update your plan.

How We Use Social Media for Informal Learning

Bottom-Line Performance

Vendors talk about social learning like its something revolutionary, but I’m here to tell you its not. Social media tools are just another platform we use to learn from each-other and find information serendipitously. We’ve found our own niche in the social media solar system… and it takes our team 30ish minutes a week to fully participate.

Social Media in Academia

Dont Waste Your Time

Announced this week, the ETNA (Enhanced Training Needs Analysis) 2012 survey has found that “nearly three quarters of academics in further education agree that social media tools enhance the quality of the learning experience.” However, the survey also identifies a strong need for staff training in the use of social media.” Social Media Policy.

3 Reasons Why Trainers Don’t Need Social Media

Learning Rebels

Question of the week: Should L&D be active within social media? This weekend there was a twitter conversation. Now, this tweet was asking specifically about the speakers being on twitter and no, you do not have to be on twitter (or any other platform) to function at your job. understand having a social media presence isn’t for everyone.

Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

take the same training at the same time also benefit from the social nature of this learning. Secret 4: Socialize the Learning with Others. Social learning can increase engagement, stimulate discussion, and establish credibility in. This all sounds great, but what is social learning and is it reliant on Facebook. or Twitter? Seven Simple Secrets to. capital.

Social Media for Research!

ZaidLearn

Here is the publication (slides) in advance: Social Media for Research! My key points in one slide: Welcome to the world of social media, where we can publish anytime we want ! Social_Media Facebook web2.0 Twitter Conference IMUVenue: International Medical University (IMU), Kuala Lumpur SLIDES Why wait? Isn't that cool! KEY POINTS?

Social Media Policy?

Clark Quinn

So what’s your social media policy?  It’s not something you should do lightly, or haphazardly, it seems to me. Twitter, of course, is where I follow folks of interest professionally, personally, or even politically. Other social media tools I use for specific things include Yammer, Skype, and of course dedicated tools like Google Docs of various sorts, Doodle, and more. This is my social media learning strategy. socialIn fact, such a policy really is part of your personal knowledge mastery. Let’s do this by platform.

Social Media for Staff: Legal Checklist

Dont Waste Your Time

This is a great reference guide, from JISC Legal,  for universities, colleges and learning providers to consider in relation to social media use by staff.  Download here:  Social Media for Staff: Legal Checklist. social media policy makes staff aware of their responsibilities, and defines social media broadly to include new technologies and mobile devices.

Using Social Media to Drive Social Learning

ATD Learning Technologies

The ATD and i4cp study Instructional Design Now: A New Age of Learning and Beyond reported in early 2015 that social learning was in use by fewer than three in 10 organizations. However, another 46 percent of surveyed talent development professionals said they were considering social learning for future use or had it in development, suggesting significant anticipated growth.

New research explores the common myths and realities around the 70:20:10 learning model

specific support of our ambassadors: Follow @TowardsMaturity @702010pp @corporateelearn and @Docebo on Twitter. that’s powered by social and informal learning. Companies should couple social and informal. Social learning 21. STAFF FIND EXPERIENTIAL AND SOCIAL LEARNING. together using online social media tools. (16% vs 2%) FORMAL SOCIAL WORKFLOW.

Social Media and the Classroom

Dont Waste Your Time

” “The nice thing about social networking is it allows you a sort of  an early warning about problems, and it also allows you a continuous process that shows what students are learning. In which case it’s up to each professor to basically understand the role in the social networking world, but also understand exactly how you want to use social networking.

50 Most Influential HE Professionals Using Social Media

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For a month or two JISC has been asking for names and nominations to a new list they’ve been producing – 50 Most Influential HE Professionals Using Social Media. ” The final 50 features outstanding cases of social media use that others could benefit from, and we will be looking to highlight some of this excellent practice in the weeks to come.” ” Even more helpful than the list is also the Twitter list , making it easier to follow the work of all those on the list. Related posts: Social media for engagement #jiscinform.

Book Review: “Using Social Media in the Classroom” #edtech

Dont Waste Your Time

Regular readers will know I have an interest in using, and understanding how we can use, Social Media and Social Networks with students and learning. It is also about using the different tools and techniques for learning and Social Media and Social Networks are a valuable source of learning materials from many different cultures and backgrounds.

Why do Universities use Social Media?

Dont Waste Your Time

Just how are Universities using Social Media, and how do they measure ‘success’ of the channel? haven’t heard or seen an adequate response to these questions yet, but this infographic does give a little hint of what is going on: Goals Behind Social Media Use – Click to enlarge. Related posts: Social Media in Universities (Infographic).

Twitter tutorial for people who hate social media

G's View

Roger, this one’s for you (I’m pouring out  a little of my OJ/water mix as a sign of respect…).  If you are someone like me, who loves Twitter (or any other social platform), you may be shocked when you encounter someone who should be using these tools, who refuse to for various reasons.

Using Social Media ‘safely’ #edtech

Dont Waste Your Time

Using social media is easy. Using social media wisely is not quite so easy. Using social media safely is harder still. Take a look at this infographic  on how burglars are using social media to find and exploit you: How Burglars Are Using Social Media (Infographic). Related posts: Why do Universities use Social Media?

Social Media: Increase Your Visibility by Sharing Content via LinkedIn Pulse

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

You "follow" them, much like you would on any social media platform. Use the + Follow button to add the person to your list of favorites. I'm active on social media so I use Pulse not only to find good content to share with the LinkedIn community, I also share on Twitter at the same time. Above, the Pulse app in my Social Media apps folder.

eBooks could be the future of Social Media

Dont Waste Your Time

“In the future, e-books will act just like social networks. According to the article, and Grothaus’ interview of Readmill CEO Henrik Berggren, eBooks are soon to be a mini social network all on their own: contained and managed within the eBook ‘environment’ and by the users. and bring books, social media, networking, community, etc. ” .

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Growing Use of Social Media in Education

LearnDash

Social media is often seen merely as a way to pass the time or stay connected to friends and family. Each year, Pearson Learning Solutions puts out the results of an annual survey of social media use in education. Across the board, educators are using social media more in 2013 than they did in 2012. Twitter. online learning social learning

Social Media for eLearning Professional Development (Part 1)

eLearning Brothers

You can contact her via LinkedIn or Twitter. Thanks to social media we have some great suggestions for how you can continue to develop your skills for free! The first platform we’re going to explore is Twitter. The discussions and resources on Twitter provide the eLearning community with information, connections, and inspiration. Who to follow? ELearning Magazine.

Questioning social media

Clive on Learning

The recent arrival of a new social network in the form of Google+ has given cause for reflection from some long-serving social media users and advocates. Cammy Bean describes how she has been Taking a TechFast to relieve her symptoms of SoMeFat (social media fatigue), which has been "heightened now with the additional disorder of Multiple Social Network Disorder (Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+ to keep up with!)." Beyond that, however, social media is getting credit for things it’s merely flowing, not actually creating.

Revisiting My Learning Journey on Social Media

ID Reflections

On my way to office today, I was pondering about my evolving use of social media. Six years have passed since I joined Twitter in 2008, when twitter was in its infancy, and I was clueless about its use. This is also a journey back in time for me to trace my own learning pathway through the maze called social media. PLN social media Twitter

Social Media for Research at SNDT (Webinar)!

ZaidLearn

Vasudha Kamat (Vice Chancellor, SNDTWU) invited me recently to do a webinar ( 11 May ) entitled '' Social Media for Research '' for the Online Course in Research methodology for PhD scholars at the Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women''s University (SNDTWU), India. However, what about using social media for academic research and sharing scientific knowledge?

sense-making with social media

Learning and Working on the Web

As Donald notes, sharing and posting on social media are weaker forms of learning than longer form blogging can be. Using social media for learning requires an understanding of how each tool or platform can support your own sense-making. For example, I use Twitter for quick generation and broad sharing. archive with Diigo social bookmarks. Generation.

Choosing between Social Media automation and Reflective Use

Ignatia Webs

Thanks to the Ol''daily my attention got grabbed by an article from Elsua (Luis Suarez - an KM/IBM social media pioneer). In his reflective blogpost on the industrialization of social media in the enterprise. His words rang a bell, as I am also caught between automating my (not corporate, but as I see it my personal brand) social media stream, because I feel I am not putting out as much as I want to. Like Luis, and many of us, our blogs seem to stand even if other media are sometimes put on a low frequency output. the dialogue. Having said that.

Twitter desperately needs a revamp!

InsiderHub

The post Twitter desperately needs a revamp! Guest Posts Marketing social media Twitter Twitter revampappeared first on InsiderHub.

Social Media Policy

Dont Waste Your Time

A previous post of mine ( Policies for Staff use of Social Media and Social Networks ) from June 2010 has received some interest and reposting on Twitter lately. “A short video for staff of the Department of Justice (Victoria, Australia) explaining the key elements of their social media policy.” Presentation: ROI of Social Media.

Social Media vs. Social Learning

Integrated Learnings

Most of us have Facebook accounts and collaborate with friends, family and colleagues through this media. We also use tools such as Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media. In a lot of cases, we are using internal corporate social media tools to collaborate. This has included reading some books, attending some webinars, and talking with other learning professionals about how they are making social media work in a learning environment. How are you using social media with training in your organization? By Dean Hawkinson.

Infographic: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs & the Social Media that Fulfill ‘Em

Dont Waste Your Time

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, & the Social Media that Fulfill ‘Em. Related posts: Infographic: The Social Landscape. Social Media and Social Network Educational Infographics. Presentation: ROI of Social Media. Social Network Facebook Infographic Social Bookmark Social Media Twitter Web 2.0

Social Media for Research at SNDT Women's University!

ZaidLearn

Here are details for those of you who might want to attend (open to all): Title : Social Media for Research at SNDT Women's University! SLIDES Here we go: Social Media for Research at SNDT Women's University from Zaid Ali Alsagoff Looking forward already.Al-Hamdulilla Facebook Linkedin Online_Seminar research Social Media Social_Media Twitter Web 2.0

Countering Social Media Fatigue (SoMeFat)

Learning Visions

In these days of Social Media, many of us live increasingly in the public eye. What I say on Twitter can be viewed by anyone. And I don’t bother with the selective status updates, although I could.) I love Social Media. I’ve connected and learned more through these tools than I ever dreamed of… But…it has its drawbacks. fell WAY back on Twitter.

Social media and reflection: marriage or divorce?

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

Social media in organisations has been a difficult topic and sometimes bothers me. Most of the time a smarter use of media may help. A lot of times, social media don't solve the underlying learning disabilities. Hence work on social media AND the practices is needed. Social media stimulate us to live and work in an ever increasing pace.

The Twitter Chat Conundrum (Part One)

Learning Rebels

My name is Shannon and I used to be a twitter chat addict. Seriously, it was nothing to participate on some level in no less than three twitter chats a week. However, there is something happening with the state of twitter chats that is making me less engaged than in years past, and has put me in a bit of a conundrum. Twitter chats used to make me think. Bigger questions.

Social Media in Universities (Infographic)

Dont Waste Your Time

Another great Infographic, this time on the ‘research’ (I use the term loosely) on the ‘Pros and Cons of Social Media in (Higher) Education’ Click here or on the image below for the full infographic highlighting how social media (Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, etc). I do like the final section which actually highlights some of the benefits/successes and challenges that Universities will encounter as they try and implement a social media campaign. Related posts: Infographic: The Social Landscape.

HIPAA Myths and Social Media Violations

OpenSesame

As Twitter and Facebook blur the lines between our public and private lives, many employees need additional social media training on the appropriate use of technology in the workplace. HIPAA violations cost individuals and businesses billions of dollars every year. Right Content Revolution

Social Media for eLearning Professional Development (Part 2)

eLearning Brothers

You can contact her via LinkedIn or Twitter. Thanks to social media there are ways you can continue to develop your skills for free! The first platform we covered was Twitter. The post Social Media for eLearning Professional Development (Part 2) appeared first on eLearning Brothers. Groups to join. There are numerous eLearning groups on LinkedIn. eMind.

Social media for trainers – a review

Clive on Learning

As I have been travelling east and west across the UK this week, I’ve been taking a look at Jane Bozarth’s Social Media for Trainers on my Kindle. Social media for trainers isn’t really aimed at people like me, even though I’m seriously engaged with social media and, at least some of the time, I qualify as being a trainer. reviews social media

Social Media Libraries for Flash

Upside Learning

As social technology growth continues to march on and dynamic learning grows to be the need of the day, it is little surprise that social media has now become an integral part of learning as well. Various elearning development companies are integrating the popular social media services like Twitter, YouTube etc. right into their courses and LMS. libraries.

Social Learning does NOT mean Social Media

Matrix

20% of learning happens through others, coworkers and managers alike, each time we seek or give feedback, attend one-to-one meetings or proactively learn through teams or professional networks (social learning). This post will focus on the middle part of the 70:20:10 model, social learning, and especially on the relationship between social learning and social media. Social learning means people. That's social learning at work: we learn new things that will help solve problems by watching others and by asking them to give us a hand.