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Nolan C

Social media - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

  • Social media are media for social interaction, using highly accessible and scalable communication techniques
  • People gain information, education, news, etc., by electronic media and print media. Social media are distinct from industrial or traditional media, such as newspapers, television, and film. They are relatively inexpensive and accessible to enable anyone (even private individuals) to publish or access information, compared to industrial media, which generally require significant resources to publish information.
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    this is the importance of social media and why everyone uses it
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    Social media includes web-based and mobile based technologies which are used to turn communication into interactive dialogue between organizations, communities, and individuals. Andreas Kaplan and Michael Haenlein define social media as "a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of user-generated content."
radhika chatterjee

Impact of Media on Learning - 1 views

  • All forms of media- the newspaper, radio, television and the internet are equally important in imparting education
  • Media literacy or education does not only mean to be entertained by media but to learn something from it.
  • Media Literacy: "the ability to access, analyze, evaluate and communicate information in a variety of formats." —David Considine
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  • Moreover, we have seen that a large number of people depend on the internet to collect information, read news, listen to music and download movies, play games and also for work. Newspaper, Radio, Television and the internet- all form part of the media and are important in imparting education. Media offers culture, sports, information, entertainment, current affairs and education.
  • Computer-based education has transformed the traditional offerings of distance learning.
  • The students can get a vast exposure to the pop-cultural references. They can get statistics and data from the news, which can be the basis for math and science learning. The teachers can also incorporate media analysis whenever the Internet, television or video are used in the classroom.
  • The first and foremost effect of media is definitely the accumulation of General knowledge, different dialects and cultures. Television boosts the social awareness of a child to a great extent. Sports channels develop the logical mindset of a child. Cartoon channels keep the children happy. News channels increase the vocabulary of the children and inform them about the positive and negative impacts on the society. It increases the concentration and retention power of a child, which benefits their studies to a great extent.
  • Children often learn certain things, which change their perspective towards life. For example, if they watch violent scenes on TV, their nature tends to be the same. There are many incidents where children try to imitate the super heroes and it results in death. Studies often get hampered and lapse of concentration occurs due to excessive watching of television. The advertisements shown in the media often captures the mood of the individuals. Generally, girls are very vulnerable and sensitive about their physical image. When an adolescent girl watches the ads that show unless we buy a product or carry the style statement or wash our hair with a specific shampoo and look smart like a slim model, we don’t get respect in the society or get a job.
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      This is really interesting: the negative effects of free and easy access to entertainment are presented alongside with the positive.
Julie Lindsay

Zero to Eight: Children's Media Use in America | Common Sense Media - 1 views

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    The study shows that everything from iPods to smartphones to tablet computers are now a regular part of kids' lives, with kids under 8 averaging two hours a day with all screen media. Among the key findings: 42% of children under 8 years old have a television in their bedroom. Half (52%) of all 0- to 8-year-olds have access to a new mobile device, such as a smartphone, video iPod, or iPad/tablet. More than a third (38%) of children this age have used one of these devices, including 10% of 0-to 1-year-olds, 39% of 2- to 4-year-olds, and more than half (52%) of 5- to 8-year-olds. In a typical day, one in 10 (11%) 0- to 8-year-olds uses a smartphone, video iPod, iPad, or similar device to play games, watch videos, or use other apps. Those who do such activities spend an average of 43 minutes a day doing so. In addition to the traditional digital divide, a new "app gap" has developed, with only 14% of lower-income parents having downloaded new media apps for their kids to use, compared to 47% of upper-income parents. Clearly, media has become a staple in young kids' daily lives and influences them in ways we don't yet fully understand. But by getting involved in your kid's media life, you can help them create healthy lifelong patterns that will truly make a difference in their lives
Nolan C

What is Social Media? - 1 views

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    Social media is a phrase being tossed around a lot these days, but it can sometimes be difficult to answer the question of what is social media. If MySpace is a social media site, and Mag.nolia is a social media site, and Wikipedia is a social media site, then just what is social media?
Vicki Davis

Teens, Kindness and Cruelty on Social Network Sites - 3 views

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    "Fully 95% of all teens ages 12-17 are now online and 80% of those online teens are users of social media sites." This important report that just came out November 8, 2011 looks into how studens are using these online sites. "88% of social media-using teens have witnessed other people be mean or cruel on social network sites." -- We have bystanders we need them to speak out. 25% of social media teens have had an experience on a social network site that resulted in a face-to-face argument or confrontation with someone. * 22% have had an experience that ended their friendship with someone. * 13% have had an experience that caused a problem with their parents
Susan Davis

Social Media Etiquette for Students: 50 Crucial Rules | Online Degree Programs.com - 3 views

  • Online Degree Programs Home (Online Degrees) Blog About Contact
  • sending party invites, posting pictures of your new friends, complaining about tests, meeting dates, and keeping in touch with family back home.
  • general tips
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  • Act like you would in real life:
  • Don’t discriminate just because
  • You have to earn respect:
  • Always introduce yourself:
  • : If you’re on social media sites constantly, you’ll burn yourself out and annoy other people. Find a balance so that you’re making quality contributions to the discussion, not dominating it.
  • Be extra polite
  • These Facebook-specific rules address photos, tagging, and all those applications.
Vicki Davis

Program for the Study of Children and Media | Common Sense Media - 0 views

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    Common sense media has just released a new report "Zero to 8: Children's media use in America." Our students on Digiteen are reviewing this report for their research, maybe you should take a look too.
Vicki Davis

Neustar Launches Social Media Digital Citizenship Program for  Kentucky Schoo... - 0 views

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    A program from Neustar to Kentucky schools about Digital Citizenship. Lots of people are jumping on this "bandwagon." I think my biggest concern is that: #1 It needs to be "real" and not based on preachy scare-based tactics #2 Students should talk with those who share the program - if it is just videos and worksheets, that doesn't cut it.  #3 To talk about and learn social media, you should be doing it. (That is what we do on Digiteen.) a major new initiative to bring social media digital literacy education to students across the state of Kentucky through a program called "My Digital Life." Neustar will partner with EverFi, Inc., a leading education technology company, to provide this innovative, online student experience to all Kentucky schools interested in teaching and certifying their students in digital literacy skills and responsibility. Most importantly, Neustar's partnership is making the cutting-edge program available free of cost to the schools and state.
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How social media raises global awareness - Opinion & Editorial - Torch - Roosevelt Univ... - 1 views

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Steve Madsen

Call to school kids in use of social media | The Australian - 1 views

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    ""We're reaching the point where schools should be teaching best practice for social media, right from primary school age, and the importance of protecting their images and information online," says Darabi."
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    I am not sure that primary students can appreciate that what is placed into the cyber sphere, it may well be there always and the importance of this.
Taylor B

Social Media Etiquette and Awareness | Moving Today - 0 views

  • Remember that what you share about yourself becomes more-or-less public knowledge on these forums, so you’ll want to choose your words carefully.
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    Remember that what you share about yourself becomes more or less public knowledge on these forums (social media sites), so you'll want to choose your words carefully.
Joshua C

Recording Industry vs The People: WNET v. Aero, copyright infringement case brought by ... - 1 views

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    This is a small article about a new copyright case. This case is about online streaming Media. The company Areo inc.. is suing cause they didn't give permission for it. This is important cause many consider online media non P2P works.
Blaine I

Burlington city council rejects social media ban during meetings - WCAX.COM Local Vermo... - 0 views

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    Burlington citys proposal on their agenda. Had the idea of banning social media devices like. Cell phones, laptops and tablets during there town meetings but the vote fail failed.
Julie Lindsay

Where Will Social Media Users Go In 2016? (Infographic) - 1 views

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    Interesting set of infographics from the USA showing trends demographically of social media use and users.
Julie Lindsay

Facebook Website Review - 5 views

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    Commonsense media supply regular updates on social media tools. This one about FaceBook is an excellent guide.
Julie Lindsay

50 Crucial Rules - Social Media Etiquette for Students - 5 views

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    A very good list from SociableBlog.com : Social Media Blog Share this with your students!
Steve Madsen

Student hoaxes world's media with fake Wiki quote - web - Technology - 0 views

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    he said he was testing how our globalised, increasingly internet-dependent media was upholding accuracy and accountability in an age of instant news. His report card: Wikipedia passed. Journalism flunked.
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    An example of material not confirmed.
Brody C

Cable in the Classroom - Digital Safety - 1 views

  • Media Smart » Digital Safety    
  •   Digital SafetyInternet SafetyBullies, crooks and predators existed in the real world long before the internet came along. Just as we teach children not to talk to strangers, we have to teach them to move safely in the online world. The information in these sites can help you teach children how to protect themselves and their privacy.
  • What You Need to Know About Social Networking and MoreSocial networking is all the rage but what is it? Why do kids love it? And should parents be concerned?The Internet Keep Safe Coalition (i-KeepSafe) and MySpace have teamed up to take the mystery out of social networking and Web 2.0. In a series of short videos, you’ll learn what these terms mean, why they’re so appealing to kids, and how to keep your children safe as they take advantage of these engaging tools.
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  • CyberbullyingCreated by Dr. Sameer Hinduja,  an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice  at Florida Atlantic University, and Dr. Justin W. Patchin, an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, this site provides cyberbullying research, stories, cases, downloads, fact sheets, tips and strategies, news headlines, a blog, and a number of other helpful resources.CybercrimeThe US Department of Justice's Cybercrime site presents tips for online safety and privacy.
  • GetNetWiseThe Internet Education Foundation’s GetNetWise helps families find the resources they need to make informed decisions about using the Internet. The site includes a safety guide, recommended sites for kids, and information about Internet filters. Topics include how to: Keep children safe online Stop unwanted e-mail and spam Protect your computer from hackers and viruses Keep your personal info private. Internet Keep Safe Coalition (iKeepSafe)The Internet Keep Safe Coalition teaches basic rules of Internet safety to children and adults through an animated character, Faux Paws the techno cat, in online stories and in books. Teacher materials, including worksheets and lesson ideas are available online. Parent materials include a video series on safety and four lessons designed for use in a family setting: Meet Faux Paw the Techno Cat What to do When Something Online Worries You Bullying and the Myth of Internet Anonymity Our Family’s Safety Contract i-SAFEi-SAFE America's mission is to educate and empower youth to safely and responsibly take control of their Internet experience. i-SAFE offers dynamic, standards-based K-12 curriculum free of charge to educate students on how to avoid dangerous or unlawful behavior. The organization also offers community outreach programs to extend Internet safety beyond the classroom. You can sign up for training classes and programs on Internet safety through iSafe’s VirtualTraining Academy.Kidz PrivacyCreated by the Federal Trade Commission, Kidz Privacy is based on the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act and presents crucial information about protecting children’s online privacy. The site includes links to numerous government resources.
  • OnGuard OnlineOnGuard Online offers practical tips and information from the federal government to help consumers learn about and avoid becoming victims of Internet scams. Topics include ways to minimize problems when making online purchases, avoiding phishing scams (with a fun Flash animation on how to tell if you’re being phished), and defending cell phones and PDA’s against attack.
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