I have typed, tweeted, updated, and posted many times on how social media can improve business, provide networking opportunities, and help engage students but these same ideas can lead to a network for social good. Social media connects a variety of users into a vast network that can spread infinitely to all those in the larger network of life eventually. Social media bring us closer to the thought of Six
Stuck on social networking sites sifting through tweets, posts, and links galore all day long? Miss the day of just picking up a magazine and skimming through the articles, just finding what you want to read? How about an iPad app that allows you to skim through your Facebook and Twitter updates like a social media magazine, including previews of articles that are linked. Flipboard is exclusively for the iPad,
On Wednesday 9/22/10 at 10:35 a.m. I presented at the FAEDS conference in Orlando, the title Millennials, Social Media, and Education: Connecting with Your Students. I presented with my totally awesome co-presenter Dr. Lisa Macon (Professor and Faculty Council Prez at Valencia). We planned to do this presentation at a few other conference in November – STEMtech, Sloan-C (hopefully), and FACC Convention but were offer the chance to try this
Have you “Liked” me yet? Yes, Professor Josh has a new Facebook page to check out for daily updates, news feeds, interesting tips/tricks, and more. I have decided that a group page just didn’t seem to work any more and I enjoy how easy it is to update a “Like” page on Facebook through my iPhone app or Hootsutie. My Professor Josh’s Facebook page is mainly used for my educational
Yes, Social Media is here! Yes, your grandparents are using it! Yes, it’s a great way to network, find jobs, and stay connected! I had a few interesting conversations with other fellow educators and professionals about social media in the last few weeks and why some people just don’t get what it’s all about. 1st Question: Why doesn’t someone use it? I’m not talking why someone doesn’t use it like
When it comes to Twitter Applications (Twitter, Facebook, WordPress) there are unlimited applications and being a regular Twitter user I will never ask you to stick to one single twitter client. I recently ( 4 months back) started using hootsuite which is a web client for twitter and it’s free. I have multiple Twitter, Facebook, WordPress profiles . One for my personal profile and others are education related. Hootsuite has everything.