As Pinterest has exploded as a social network, especially among females (about 70% of the users), many professors and innovators around the country are looking into how this social networking tool can be used to engage students. It’s actually one of the tools used as a primary part of the Week 2 discussion and exampled in my Teaching and Learning with Social Media Part 2 for Faculty Development at Valencia College.
I’m presenting at Florida Blogger Conference (FLBlogCon) on Saturday, September 15, 2012 at the Orlando Science Center. This conference includes 250 fellow bloggers and social media enthusiast in Florida coming together for a hyper local conference. I took a bunch of time to put together this documents/presentation that includes examples, preview, and great extra information you can easily follow up on to try these out for yourself. The fully interactive
I decided to throw together a last minute presentation for BarCamp Orlando to discuss ways to network better in the 21st century. I have given this presentation before for educators and other organization around the nation. Here is my presentation if you missed it.
We all want to be in touch with the “Zeitgeist”-the spirit of our times. I’m always trying to keep up with current events, important ideas and smart opinions that are circulating in our world at an pace that is impossible to keep up with. Blogs, new sources, and users are generating content and ideas faster than ever. With so much information available online today, it’s increasingly difficult and time-consuming to
Social media is ever changing environment with startups, web 2.0, and software changes happening at a blink of the eye. It’s sometimes hard to keep up with the latest trends, news, and advice without a few key places to an eye on for info. Here are five of my key resources for everything social media. These resources are good for educators, entrepreneurs, marketers, or the average social media nut. Mashable (http://mashable.com/)
Wondering why you can’t pin website in the Pinterest app on the iPhone? Here is how to do it in Safari in just a few steps. Download the Pinterest app before completing these steps: Pinterest App Link The setup: Either find an unused bookmark in Safari or create any bookmark that you will change. Example Bookmark http://Pinterest.com Edit the bookmark Name the bookmark something like “Pin to Pinterest” Delete the