Tag Archives: socialmedia

To #uklcchat or not to chat?

Inspired by the successful #uklibchat, a discussion group for librarians (and others who are interested) that takes place on Twitter, I would like to propose a lunchtime Twitter chat for those who work in University Language Centres, such as language … Continue reading

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Using social media in the classroom

I don’t teach at the moment but if you want to know more about this try these two lists: Using Facebook Using Twitter

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Some social media links

…that I plan to mention at today’s session about your digital footprint. How to Build Your Business with Social Media How to Use Twitter How to Use Twitter for Business How to use Diigo How to Use Diigo for Education Facebook in … Continue reading

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Social media at work

This afternoon I’ve been thinking about twitter. And I have played with Facebook pages lately to see how they are set up these days (not much has changed). At least one of my colleagues in my new workplace is very … Continue reading

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Networking for Work

I am one of the people being trained to support the pilot phase of the Networking for Work project that is rolled out across various UK Online centres. The website states: “Networking for Work is a new project by grass roots … Continue reading

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How to Use Social Media – For your learners, for your institution, for you. #SocMedYH

I attended the above online training session this lunchtime. The facilitators, Scott Hibberson, Kevin Campbell-Wright, Kathy Boyer and Deborah Judah (contact details here), were friendly and helpful as usual and even though the group was made up of learners at … Continue reading

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Alone Together

I have just finished reading Sherry Turkle’s book Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other. I would recommend that you read it but I expected more new insights from it, to be honest. I … Continue reading

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