Entries tagged with "social-media"

Why Use Twitter?

Why Use Twitter?

Fri, July 04, 2014; 9:27:00 am

  Twitter - what's all the fuss about?   Twitter, like Facebook, seems to be one of those 21st century phenomena which polarises opinion. Read the comments following any article in a newspaper about social media and you can... [read the full entry]

Integrating open educational resources

Integrating open educational resources

Mon, June 30, 2014; 11:19:00 am

This article is co-authored with Charl Fregona, University Blended Learning Coordinator and Principal Lecturer in E-learning. When we talk about formal learning management system in the context of London Metropolitan University, we are referring to... [read the full entry]

Content and Creativity

Content and Creativity

Thu, March 27, 2014; 14:56:00 pm

The New Consumer Creators: curation and creation in digital worlds The greatest challenge today is in how we deal with all the information currently spewing out of the internet from all directions, often ending up in our overflowing inboxes or... [read the full entry]

What is social media?

What is social media?

Thu, July 04, 2013; 15:21:00 pm

Social media is everywhere. It's found its way into the language... "Tweet me"   "I'll facebook you"   "Pin this link"     "Is it bloggable?" It is also a powerful tool for marketing campaigns and for... [read the full entry]

Making sense of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

Making sense of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

Tue, June 04, 2013; 15:02:00 pm

Entering the MOOC maze... There has been a huge amount of hype about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) recently, with some people arguing that they are set to revolutionise Higher Education, while others claim they are a flash in the pan and as... [read the full entry]

Safe Social Webinar

Safe Social Webinar

Fri, May 17, 2013; 10:54:44 am

20 minutes on social media best practice The video is a 20 minute general chat about issues relating to the use of social media in a work context, specifically a university, but the general principles could be applied to most work situations.... [read the full entry]

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