This Week on #TalkTech: Going All Digital, Privacy Issues, and Automatic Content Recognition

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#TalkTech is the “flipped” approach to Twitter chats. Will technology make privacy a thing of the past? He suggests that “privacy may actually be an anomaly.” Well the concept isn’t new, but the expectations are—the idea that privacy is a right.

Twitter Digest for 2011-06-08

Jane Hart

London still the top Twitter city in the world [link] #. Facebook changes privacy settings for millions of users – facial recognition is enabled | Naked Security [link] #. Powered by Twitter Tools. Twitter twitterTweet. Another great article from @ janebozarth – she makes it so simple. So why is so much e-learning so "controlling"? #. 1st # realwplearn chat is today at 8 pm BST Topic From Learning Design to Performance Design.

Learning and teaching with Twitter

Learning with e's

I have presented a few workshops now on how to use Twitter as a learning and teaching tool. One of my most viewed blog posts was entitled Teaching with Twitter so there is a lot of interest in the topic - how can we harness the potential of this tool in a teaching and learning context?

Turning the screws on Twitter

Learning with e's

Twitter has taken on a life of its own, in more ways than one. In January I wrote an innocuous looking post called Teaching with Twitter. Neil Witt , one of my colleagues here at the University of Plymouth warned yesterday in his blog that Twitter is in danger of being overhyped.

Podcasting - Twitter - Media - Best of eLearning Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

Recommended Facebook Privacy Settings For Kids? Twitter in the classroom: 10 useful resources , August 12, 2009. Twitter (39). Twitter in the classroom: 10 useful resources , August 12, 2009. Twitter - Social Media - Informal - Weekly Best of eLearning Learning , August 11, 2009. Best of eLearning Learning. August 7, 2009 to August 14, 2009. Featured Sources. The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals.

Long road to ruin

Technology Enhanced Learning Blog

eLearning Technology AI Artificial Reality David Hopkins Digital Footprint Education Education Technology Facebook Foo Fighters Happy New Year Higher Education Learning Learning Analytics Learning Technology Social Evolution Social Learning Social Media Social Network Twitter Virtual Reality VR

Can’t be at the ATD ICE 2016 Conference? Join Virtually

Learning Rebels

Following conference hashtags via Twitter ( #ATD2016 ) is a simple way to see what’s happening. Twitter limits you to 140 characters. Among the criticisms of Twitter is lack depth or context in conversations or messages. Anticipation! ATD ICE 2016 Conference! In 4 days!

Competency Models, Mindhacks, Training, Experiential Learning, Twitter, SharePoint, and Order

Big Dog, Little Dog

One of them is privacy, which allows learners to venture outside of their comfort zone without fear of making a bad impression. Definition of Twitter - maverickwoman. Twitter is breathing the news as it happens and raising the wisdom of the crowds 140 characters at a time."

PeLC's digital footprint

Learning with e's

There are blogposts, images, videos, and a huge Twitter stream searchable through the #pelc10 hashtag. Privacy has gone by James Clay Don't feed the Pelicans by James Clay (includes a podcast and interviews) Taking a step back by Fleur Corfield Twitter is dead.

Open door classrooms

Learning with e's

The next step would be to enable live web streaming, dynamic social networking and Twitter backchannels to operate while classroom sessions are in progress. Child safety/privacy is another concern. video conference webstreaming education 3D Virtual Learning Twitter backchannels

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Our Take on Google+

E-learning Uncovered

If I were to start over, I could see using Google+ over Facebook or Twitter. JU: I think it’s the best of Twitter plus the best of Facebook. It lets you establish casual connections with no expectation that a follow means someone will follow you back (which is one of the strengths of Twitter). JU: I agree that sharing and privacy controls are much easier in Google+ than in Facebook. DE: People posting the same thing to Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google+.

Should You Use Social Media in Your Course?

LearnDash

Privacy concerns. Does social media infringe on your privacy, or that of your learners? Social media users have different ranges of comfort when it comes to their privacy and the degree to which they want to share personal details online. Others take their privacy seriously, are selective in whose friend requests they will select, and allow some posts to be seen only by certain defined groups.

Countering Social Media Fatigue (SoMeFat)

Learning Visions

What I say on Twitter can be viewed by anyone. What I update on my Facebook status can be viewed by lots of people (not anyone – I have designated my FB friends and set my privacy settings, but 300 people isn’t really a private place, is it? I fell WAY back on Twitter.

Who's that Pokemon

ProProfs

Twitter. twitter. Copyright © 2005-2013, Hotchalk Partner ProProfs.com | Training Maker | Flashcards | Polls | Brain Games | Privacy & Terms | Sitemap | About Us | Contact Quiz Maker › Take Quizzes › Fun Quizzes › Whos that Pokemon. Loading Page, Please wait… Whos that Pokemon. 1 Question. I I 3 Attempts. I I Created By hakhan1 14 days ago. Are you the True pokemon master? Tweet. Embed. Remove Question Excerpt.

Our Take on Google+

E-learning Uncovered

If I were to start over, I could see using Google+ over Facebook or Twitter. JU: I think it’s the best of Twitter plus the best of Facebook. It lets you establish casual connections with no expectation that a follow means someone will follow you back (which is one of the strengths of Twitter). JU: I agree that sharing and privacy controls are much easier in Google+ than in Facebook. DE: People posting the same thing to Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google+.

The Community Responds

MakingBetter

Thank you for your comments on the post, the retweets and feedback on Twitter and for what I’m sure has been a lot of not-public rumination. A fourth standard to cover retention policy, privacy, protection, access, delegation and security. What must be accommodated in terms of privacy and security, at a standards level, is unclear. We must also seek out privacy and security laws in other parts.

Growing Use of Social Media in Education

LearnDash

Twitter. Participants of the survey indicated that their number one concern of using social media in the classroom is the integrity of student submissions, followed closely by concerns about privacy.

Top 10 Learning Tools 2018

Clark Quinn

Looking at last year’s post , I see I’ve switched from Google to DuckDuckGo (privacy issues), and from Skype to Zoom (functionality). Twitter: drinking from the fire hose that is twitter is one way I see what other people are talking about.

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Networked noughties 2006-2009

Learning with e's

2006 saw the launch of Twitter - now one of the most popular live status update tools worldwide. Tags: YouTube Nintendo Wii Twitter FaceBook This is a continuation from yesterday's post and the last in my series on the technological innovations of the last decade.

Google Buzz and Social Learning: Connect the Dots

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

Some say Buzz is for Twitter drop-outs. Others feel Buzz is Google's answer to Facebook, and is particularly useful for those who care for extra online privacy. Now, the deafening Google Buzz is here. It resides right inside Gmail, requires no separate account, and makes it easy to share your pictures, links, videos and updates with your Gmail contacts. When you share something, others presumably like it, comment on it and a threaded discussion starts. So, who is Buzz for?

There’s More than Scissors and Glue in Our Common Craft Library!

eLearning Brothers

They’re also falling for phishing scams that arrive in their work email inboxes; people keep track of passwords by using sticky notes taped to their monitor, and they’re clueless about privacy online. Privacy Online. You can contact her via LinkedIn or Twitter.

Less Trainers; More Community Managers and Curators

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We “follow” several others in the learning and development community who curate content – via blogs, online newspapers, orby sharing links to resources via Twitter. He shares content with people who follow him on Twitter. We share out content via our Twitter account: @BLPIndy.

6 Social Media Platforms, and How to Use Them for Your E-Learning

LearnDash

Facebook pages are public by default, although they do have some privacy settings. Twitter. Probably the easiest way to use Twitter in your online course is as a simple networking tool. If you enjoy using Twitter as a platform, tweeting often and encouraging your learners to follow you and comment on or reply to your tweets is a simple way to build discussions. Another lesser known feature of Twitter is its lists.

Will a Chatbot Be Your Next Learning Coach? – How AI can support talent development in your organization

Learningtogo

Big Data challenges include capturing data, data storage, data analysis, search, sharing, transfer, visualization, querying, updating and information privacy. Here is just a snapshot of the sheer volume of data that came at us every day of 2017: 456,000 tweets on Twitter.

In Praise of Secret Gardens

Learning Visions

What I say on Twitter can be viewed by anyone. What I update on my Facebook status can be viewed by lots of people (not anyone – I have designated my FB friends and set my privacy settings, but 300 people isn’t really a private place, is it? We all need our privates places.

danah boyd ASTD Tech Knowledge Key Note #astdtk13

Learning Visions

Teenagers on Twitter, Instagram, with millions of followers. We see teenagers going public, but this doesn’t mean they’ve given up their privacy. Privacy is not control of information; it’s the ability to control a social situation. Ability to achieve privacy in these spaces.

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Opening Keynote with David Pogue #DevLearn

Learning Visions

Everything has to be real-time like Twitter, FB messaging. Average age on Twitter is 35. It's generated a new privacy discussion. These are my live blogged notes from the opening session at this year's DevLearn, hosted by the eLearning Guild and happening in Las Vegas.

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Business issues and the social web

Janet Clarey

Instead of getting hung up on “what is Twitter?&# type of conversations (which I often get), we had conversations about bigger issues like control, privacy, standards, the role of L&D, knowing, and “why&# (addressing what problem?).

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Watch your back!

Learning with e's

One of the important skills I identified in a previous post on digital literacies is how people manage and protect their privacy. Indeed, each of us is vulnerable because there is a huge potential for our privacy to be breached in any online environment.

The Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 list is revealed

Jane Hart

The top tool for the 4 th year running is Twitter, with both YouTube (2 nd ) and Google Docs (aka Google Drive) (3 rd ) retaining their places for the 3 rd year in succession.

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TCC08: Wikis and Blogs and Tags: Oh Why?

Experiencing eLearning

Question about FERPA (student privacy law in the US). Twitter. Cynthia uses Twitter for keeping track of bookmarks–lets her tag it with who shared it with her and when to give her context. If students are really uncomfortable sharing online, you need to make accomodations–one participant said he dropped a class b/c it required Blogger and he doesn’t like Google’s privacy policies.

Wiki 100

How has your elearning changed the world?

Sponge UK

IChangedTheWorldBy helping people protect their privacy. You can tweet out any of these ideas using the twitter icons, or use them as inspiration for your own story of how you changed the world.

This Week in MakingBetter: Teamwork and Tough Questions

MakingBetter

Our friend, Joe Fournier , wrote about his questions about privacy with xAPI (and other forms of data). Mark Spivey has been asking a lot of questions on Twitter and LinkedIn about xAPI, its potential utility with linked data, and concerns about xAPI’s ability to work at “webscale.”

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(Webinar) Getting Started With Social: Why Learning and Development Struggles With Social Media, and How to Fix It

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What about privacy concerns? And most also log in to their Facebook or Twitter (if they have one) during work, too. ” No, you are not going to see success in your program by simply broadcasting messages out from a Twitter account.

(Webinar) Getting Started With Social: Why Learning and Development Struggles With Social Media, and How to Fix It

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What about privacy concerns? And most also log in to their Facebook or Twitter (if they have one) during work, too. ” No, you are not going to see success in your program by simply broadcasting messages out from a Twitter account.