Evaluating Facebook and Twitter for e-Learning

eFront

Facebook and Twitter. So how about Facebook, which also allows you to post videos but on top of that offers a lot of extra capabilities, including Group pages, wall posts, personal messages, and the ability to embed fully interactive applications (including the ability to monetize them)?

Using Facebook as a learning platform

eFront

Let’s start this post by stating that Facebook was not actually created as a learning platform, it can however clearly be used to enhance and support elearning. We have written about Facebook apps for elearning before in this post!

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Facebook--Good for Your Memory: Twitter--Not So Much

Kapp Notes

A study recently released by Dr. Tracy Alloway of Scotland’s University of Stirling found that using Facebook stretches a person's “working memory” (short-term or recent memory), while Twitter, YouTube and text messaging tend to weaken it. She states in the article, Facebook 'enhances intelligence' but Twitter 'diminishes it', claims psychologist The ''instant'' nature of texting, Twitter and YouTube was not healthy for working memory. ''On

Facebook for Educators

Moodle Journal

I have in past postings made both positive and not so positive remarks regarding the use of Facebook as part of course delivery. Given all this, I do still continue to see articles and postings where clearly the application has worked well, then the other day I came across a YouTube video ‘ The Basics of a Facebook Page for Educators’ If you have not seen this for yourself then I can recommend it as a good starter.

How to Reduce Your Course Development Costs By 90+ Per Cent

Absorb LMS

YouTube alone experiences 100 hours of video uploaded every minute. YouTube Statistics. External discussion forums in the form of Facebook or LinkedIn groups, Reddit discussions, etc. Absorb LMS course created with content from Wikipedia, YouTube, and Slideshare.

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Changing the learning landscape

Learning with e's

Such user generated content can be found on YouTube (over 70 hours uploaded very minute) and Vimeo, images on Flickr, Facebook and Snapchat, and other content on a myriad of blogs, wikis and other content sharing platforms.

The survival of higher education (2): Changing times

Learning with e's

digital media FaceBook higher education learning social web Technology The future Twitter universities Web 2.0 wiki YouTube This is a continuation from yesterday''s post on changing roles , disruptive innovation and the survival of higher education.

Cultural hegemony and disruption

Learning with e's

YouTube and other video sharing sites have gained a significant purchase in the broadcasting world, and are in the process of displacing some of the previously prominent media channels. The Italian political theorist Antonio Gramsci is best known for his theory of cultural hegemony.

Share trading

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The arrival of YouTube, Flickr and Slideshare and of course Twitter, made it easier to share than ever. People now upload their pictures and videos, and share their ideas on Facebook and other popular social media platforms without thinking. We teach our children that sharing is good.

3 Reasons Why Trainers Don’t Need Social Media

Learning Rebels

Join a Facebook group with other relevant people, follow L&D industry pages. Here is the ATD facebook page , the Learning Rebels page – it doesn’t matter which L&D person or company you follow. In today’s world, people learn through YouTube and Vimeo.

Social Media Libraries for Flash

Upside Learning

Various elearning development companies are integrating the popular social media services like Twitter, YouTube etc. Facebook – The most commonly used class for Facebook integration is facebook-actionscript-api. YouTube has the APIs for ActionScript 2.0

Digital reflections

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This can be hosted photo and video sharing sites such as Flickr and YouTube, or social networking sites such as Facebook, but are equally likely to be curation and aggregation tools such as Scoop.it Technology video YouTube

The fame monster

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This number is calculated among other things, on an analysis of my recent web activity on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ over the last 90 days. And what happens to all the other web activities I participate in on sites such as Flickr, LinkedIn, Youtube and Slideshare?

Engaging course alumni using Facebook: the case of Ruforum

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

To start with an interview with Carolyn Nandozi from Uganda about her experiences facilitating a facebook group for alumni. RUFORUM has done this using Facebook. Below my question and Nandozi's answers Nandozi, can you describe how the Facebook group started?

Everyone's a critic

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Blogging, Twitter, Facebook, and other online platforms changed our notion of audience. When they record themselves on camera, they can release it as a YouTube video and gain feedback from their peers. YouTube is particularly notorious for trolling (individuals who patrol social media sites to make mischief) and can be a breeding ground for unneccesarily harsh, or deliberately hurtful comments. YouTube learning blogging

Porn, weed and fireworks

E-Learning Provocateur

The point of the exercise was for us to share our thoughts, opinions and experiences with our followers on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.

Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise.

Social Learning

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise Learning? Another subject I’ve never heard anyone say they hate is Facebook. Maybe a few of you hate Facebook.

Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise.

Social Learning

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Facebook or Kanye West: Which Pop Icon Has a Future in Enterprise Learning? Another subject I’ve never heard anyone say they hate is Facebook. Maybe a few of you hate Facebook.

TechSmith Around the Web - Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and More.

Visual Lounge

Feel free to check us out on a variety of other sites like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr. Facebook Fan Pages: Snagit. Video: Channel TechSmith on YouTube - we've got over a 100 videos here and are adding more all the time.

The Power of Your Network | Social Learning Blog

Social Learning

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eLearning Content And Social Media

eLearning Brothers

You Know You Can Share Instructional Videos on YouTube. Utilizing YouTube for eLearning is more straightforward than Twitter. There are tons of YouTube channels providing instructional videos on topics from makeup application to foreign language and even calculus.

How to contact TechSmith on the Web – Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and More!

Visual Lounge

Some people love Twitter and some people hate it, and the same is true with Facebook. Do you ‘like’ facebook? With over one billion active users, we know that Facebook is where it’s at! Snagit Facebook page. Camtasia Studio Facebook page.

Twitter as Social Learning: Seven Ways to Facilitate the Exchange.

Social Learning

Where Facebook and LinkedIn serve mainly as social dashboards for our personal and professional networks, respectively, I see Twitter as a customized information portal.

Using Video in eLearning

Integrated Learnings

You might also be interested in our page on Facebook or Twitter feed. eLearning Standards Lectora Best Practices Blended Learning Development Tools Instructional Design YouTube mLearning Video Managing eLearning eLearning Sales Training Mobile Learningby Dean Hawkinson One of the growing trends in eLearning and mLearning these days is the use of video.

Facebook in the dock

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A couple of days ago I reported that YouTube was under fire (see post below). Well, the dock is getting a little crowded, because now I hear that FaceBook is in trouble too. They don't want to be associated with a Neo-Nazi political organisation (I am not even going to mention their name) that FaceBook has allowed to advertise on the site. should FaceBook do a volte face and (jack)boot out the fascists?

Online Academy Helps to Keep Lectures Where They Belong: Out of.

Social Learning

This YouTube-based learning environment was founded in 2004 by former Boston hedge-fund manager Salman Khan, and today contains more than 2,200 lectures on more than 100 topics (mostly math related).

Our Take on Google+

E-learning Uncovered

If I were to start over, I could see using Google+ over Facebook or Twitter. Everyone who uses Gmail, YouTube, Google Docs, or any of their other services already has a Google account. JU: I think it’s the best of Twitter plus the best of Facebook. But Google+ also encourages deeper communication by having no character limit and keeping the whole conversation in one place (one strength of Facebook). The comparison to Facebook is tougher.

More Random Web 2.0 Statistics

Kapp Notes

Facebook has more than 400 million active users and 50% of those active users log in every day and 35 million of those users update their status daily. Facebook Press Room. YouTube Fact Sheet. More courses, more colleges: YouTube EDU turns one.

Can Snapchat be Used for Education?

LearnDash

Facebook groups have been used in adult education, even Facebook based learning management systems. YouTube has been a perennial favorite with educators in nearly every sector.

How Social Networks Can Harness the Power of Weak Ties | Social.

Social Learning

The power of tools like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Yammer, are pretty astounding.

Increase Course Performance with These 7 Tips for Bite-Sized eLearning

Docebo

Your modern learners are already using Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube on a daily basis. Microlearning activities are often asynchronous, but sites like Facebook can make the eLearning experience more social and collaborative.

How Technology is Shaping the Future of Education

Learnkit

Applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube have changed the way we communicate our ideas. We are living in the digital age. Technology has done a fantastic job of taking daily tasks and making them more efficient. With technology we can do almost anything, instantly!

Seven 2017 Learning Trends: Novel or Norm?

Bottom-Line Performance

It’s possible to shoot and edit a video all on a smartphone and then push it out to a video streaming site such as Vimeo or YouTube on that same phone. At the start of a new year – or the end of an old one – we love to read about trends.

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Just a minute

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One wag at the foot of Hodgkins's web stats blogpost left a comment that in 60 seconds there would also be 800 hours of porn downloaded and at least 35,000 Twitter and Facebook posts about Justin Bieber. wikipedia Quality Assurance user generated content Twitter porn FaceBook Justin Bieber

Captions vs. Sound – How to Get Heard?

Visual Lounge

We’ve all seen the bombardment of commercials for Facebook Live Video. So, while we’re all aware of video’s surge, here are some hard numbers: 67 percen t of users watched more video on social networks like Facebook and Snapchat than they did a year ago. Watch it on YouTube here .

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eLearning is dead! Multi-screen learning is the next big thing.

mLearning Revolution

Flash was never supported on iOS devices, nor is it supported on Android devices, and this year, Google announced that YouTube would stop serving its videos using the Flash plugin for anyone visiting the site using a modern browser. YouTube is now solely using HTML5 to serve videos.

How To Record Live Streaming Video

Visual Lounge

We are bombarded with live video from Facebook, live streaming in Snapchat, and streaming on YouTube. Watch “You Can Easily Record a Live Stream Video” on YouTube. We are bombarded with live video from Facebook, live streaming in Snapchat, and streaming on YouTube.