More on Twitter

This is a quick post to educators who want to further learn and explore the utility and practicality of Twitter.  The video above comes from TeacherCast, the Educational Broadcasting Network.  To access the video through their site, go to http://podcast.teachercast.net/tep12/. Also, another blog of note is Sue Beckingham’s Social Media 4 Us, which focuses on… [Read the Full Story]

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How can Twitter help community college faculty?

I’ve been using Twitter for several years as @slagoski23 and I have more recently started tweeting for KCELT @KCELTkirkwood (somebody else already had the @kcelt handle).  As a student, researcher, and teacher, I have found Twitter to be extraordinarily helpful for information, inspiration, and communication.  And once I started getting the hang of interacting on… [Read the Full Story]

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Using Social Networking Tools in the Classroom

On June 19. 2013, KCELT instructional designer Jeremy Slagoski presented two sessions on using social networking tools in the classroom.  He used Google sites as his platform to present the content, which can be seen by clicking on this link: https://sites.google.com/site/kceltsocialnettools/home The first session had 9 participants, and the groups mainly discussed Twitter and social networks… [Read the Full Story]

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