Tag Archives: social media

Audio Review # 81 | Recite This Lets You Quickly Beautify and Share Your Brilliant Quotes

Overview Recite This is one of those really simple sites that you might not use a lot, but will enjoy it when you do.  It is so simple, I was not sure it was worth even reviewing.  But after playing on it for a while, I realized it is great for a specific purpose: sharing […]

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Audio Review # 59 | Kidblog is a Safe and Simple Classroom Blogging Platform for Students

Overview Online portfolios and classroom blogs are a common topic in tech circles.  The big question that comes with them is how do you manage the student blogs and make sure that students are practicing good digital citizenship as well.  Kidblog is a good place to start.  This blogging platform allows you to password protect […]

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Audio Review # 55 | Hootsuite makes tweeting easy.

Overview Do you ever feel like your social media is running away from you?  Or that you can’t seem to get started because you are worried about managing it?  Do you ever get annoyed at those people who seem to be able to post daily quickly and easily on every site?  I’ve felt all those […]

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Ed Tech Talk Roundtable 42| Too Much Social Media

Chris, Jamie and Michael discuss the articles of the week and share their edtech tips. Articles of the Week A Call for Social Media Education in Universities: Eliminating the Skills Gap – Digital Marketing Blog by Adobe Com­mit­ting resources to a social media strat­egy is a no-brainer for busi­nesses. How­ever, increased depen­dency on social media inter­ac­tion demands com­pa­nies find […]

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Tech Talk Round Table 12 | Anti Social Media

  Chris, Jamie and Michael discuss the articles of the week and share their tech tips. Articles of the week http://www.edutopia.org/blog/4th-graders-achieving-world-peace-homa-tavangar Education Week: The New Ed-Tech Leader Models by Digital Example According to this article, the only way to get teachers and staff to move forward with technology is to model by example. If you show how it’s done, people will […]

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Interview 18 | John B. Macchione III of George Washington University

Chris Carter interviews John B. Macchione III, a senior at George Washington U.  John has built an impressive web presence, understanding the importance of maintaining a consistent, positive message on the web. For years he has paid careful attention to the potential benefits and pitfalls of social media, and shares his insights with us. Podcast: […]

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