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Julie Lindsay

How To Download All Your Personal Data From Facebook - 6 views

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    Important to know when managing online spaces and places. This could also be a good activity for students to check what they actually have up on Facebook.
Julie Lindsay

InCtrl :: Cable in the Classroom - 0 views

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    Digital citizenship lessons and resources provided by Cable in the Classroom
Julie Lindsay

InCtrl :: Cable in the Classroom - 0 views

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    Digital citizenship lessons and resources provided by Cable in the Classroom
Judy O'Connell

Tiny Bursts of Learning with Twitter - 6 views

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    "Despite the fact that I know many teachers who would rank Twitter as the most valuable and powerful networking tool they have access to, there are still many more who simply don't "get" the value of Twitter. I've been to lots of conferences over the last few years where the enormous value of belonging to a Personal Learning Network was being touted, and Twitter is nearly always being suggested as the ideal tool for building that network. At one recent conference I asked for a show of hands for who was not yet on Twitter, and many hands went up... my response was "Why not? What are you waiting for? How many times do you need to hear people say that Twitter is the most valuable tool they have, before you actually try it for yourself?""
Judy O'Connell

Social Media Guidelines | Edutopia - 4 views

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    "More and more, social media is becoming a part of our daily lives. Just today, Mashable is out with a report that says Pintrest (which is less than a year old) is the #3 social network in the U.S. This report mentions that the amount of monthly traffic Facebook receives is seven billion page views, and Twitter receives 182. Again, these are just U.S. statistics. If we were to look at the numbers worldwide, I would guess they would be much, much higher.

    But it isn't just adults who are moving more of their lives to online spaces. In a recent Pew Internet survey, 73 percent of all teens used social networks daily. The most popular of these is Facebook; however, Twitter, Myspace and even LinkedIn are not far behind.

    And it isn't just teens. The #1 social network for kids under the age of 13 is Club Penguin. It is visited more times each day than the New York Times. "
Judy O'Connell

Millennial Branding Gen-Y & Facebook Study | Millennial Branding - Personal Branding & ... - 3 views

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    "A new study by Millennial Branding, of 4 million Gen-Y Facebook profiles from Identified.com's database of 50 million, uncovers that Gen-Y (ages 18 to 29) is inadvertently using their profiles as an extension of their professional personality, even though they are socializing with family and friends. 64% of Gen-Y fails to list their employer on their profiles, yet they add an average of 16 co-workers each to their 'friend' group."
Judy O'Connell

Our Space: Being a Responsible Citizen of the Digital World | The GoodWork Project - 8 views

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    "For most young people today, engagement with new digital media is a routine aspect of life. Through computers, mobile phones, and other handheld devices, youth can blog, tweet, participate in social networks like Facebook, play massive multi-player games, use online information sources, and share videos, stories, music, and art they've created. Important skills and knowledge can be gained from such activities, but there are also risks. For example, young people may only rarely consider what it means to be an ethical, socially responsible "citizen" on the Internet.

    Our Space is a set of curricular materials designed to encourage high school students to reflect on the ethical dimensions of their participation in new media environments. "
Judy O'Connell

The social networker - 4 views

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    "The notion that Facebook, Twitter and other social media can be used to save lives, rather than just kill time, will surprise many people. But Self says social media is more robust than traditional forms of mass communication during a disaster."
edutopia .org

Google+ and Privacy: Better for Educators? | Edutopia - 1 views

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    Google touts its new social network as having better privacy controls than others, yet as Audrey Watters reports, they could be doing more. 
Judy O'Connell

Students Speak Up in Class, Silently, via Social Media - NYTimes.com - 1 views

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    "Now, Erin Olson, an English teacher in Sioux Rapids, Iowa, is among a small but growing cadre of educators trying to exploit Twitter-like technology to enhance classroom discussion. Last Friday, as some of her 11th graders read aloud from a poem called "To the Lady," which ponders why bystanders do not intervene to stop injustice, others kept up a running commentary on their laptops. "
Judy O'Connell

New Hampton School - Social Media Reading List - 1 views

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    The idea for this page is to build a 'best of the web' reading / watching list for school leadership regarding using social media for school advancement. Rather than talk about how great social media is we're using social media to build this reading list.
Philip Cooney

Lateline Business - 30/03/2011: The business of social media - 0 views

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    It's not just educators who are exploring the potential of social media. View the segment or read the transcript and learn why social media is important to connecting with young people, including (somewhat surprisingly) young males. The discussion also includes digital identity, digital footprint and the use of twitter. Quite revealing.
Karen Keighery

Thinking Machine / Think Social Media Guidelines - 3 views

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    A useful set of resources on Social Media Policy
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    K-12 Wiki: Social Networking Acceptable Use
Judy O'Connell

Smokescreen § Homepage - 0 views

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    Smokescreen is a game about life online. Promo: We all use Facebook, MySpace, Bebo and MSN to keep up with our mates - and we've all heard the stories about parties on Facebook being mobbed, or people getting stalked on MSN. The question is, what would you do if it happened to you?

    Over 13 missions, Smokescreen follows the story of Max Winston and Cal Godfrey, two mates who've set up an exclusive social network called White Smoke. After Cal's involved in a car accident and falls into a coma, White Smoke becomes huge - and starts attracting huge problems. Each mission explores the world of White Smoke, and players find out who they can trust - and who they can't.
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