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Donal O' Mahony

eLearningIsland - Part One | eLearning Island - 1 views

    I am a teacher blogger from Ireland for the past three years. This is the first of two reflections on what I am at. Teachers considering blogging might find it useful.
Bob Rowan

The Social Media Conundrum | Connected Principals - 66 views

    Good for reluctant school leaders to read and reflect on their use of social media
Steve Ransom

Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites Like Twitter - - 30 views

  • too busy to write lengthy posts
  • uninspired by a lack of readers
  • social networking did a good enough job keeping them in touch with friends and family
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  • Blogs went largely unchallenged until Facebook reshaped consumer behavior with its all-purpose hub for posting everything social. Twitter, which allows messages of no longer than 140 characters, also contributed to the upheaval.
  • quick updates
  • If you’re looking for substantive conversation, you turn to blogs
  • With blogging you have to write
  • Some people write some phrases or some quotes, but that’s it
  • bloggers often use Facebook and Twitter to promote their blog posts to a wider audience. Rather than being competitors, he said, they are complementary.
  • While the younger generation is losing interest in blogging, people approaching middle age and older are sticking with it.
    The gist of this is that blogging takes 2 much time & thought... with the younger more interested in quick soundbytes and informal social interaction
Bob Rowan

Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: Tips for Twitter Trainers... - 25 views

    subtitled: Tips for Twitter Trainers
Mark Woolley

Powerful Personal Learning Networks PLN - 94 views

    A great presentation on building powerful Personal Learning Networks. Includes some ideas on diigo, twitter, blogging, rss and nings
Steve Ransom

ReadWriteThink: Lesson Plan: Using Microblogging and Social Networking to Explore Chara... - 53 views

    Students use microblogging and social networking sites to trace the development of characters and examine writing style while reading a novel of manners such as Jane Austen's Emma.
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