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Ted Sakshaug

Fridge | Simple and private social networks - 6 views

    make your own social network
Tony Searl

elearnspace › My Personal Learning Network is the most awesomest thing ever!! - 21 views

  • Diigo sticky notes
  • affective issues and the creation of a place where people feel comfortable and trusted will foster active engagement, that the fostering of strong rather than weak ties will help in this.
  • figure out the conditions in which people might actually want to participate actively by creating, and then producing the environment and the conditions in which participants feel comfortable doing so.
    Where things get a bit more confusing with PLNs is when we fail to advance beyond those warm fuzzy feelings about being connected to others with more substantive knowledge and action.
Ben Rimes

5 Fun and Safe Social Networks for Children - 14 views

  •'s preview of 5 social networking sites aimed at children, complete with a quick overview of how each protects the privacy of children, tries to maintain a suitably safe environment, and how parents should be involved.
Ted Sakshaug - Social Networking For Schools - 14 views

    A social networking tool specifically designed for use by teachers with their classes.
    Teachers can create an online community for their students. "Share inspiration, ideas, reading, thoughts. Post discussions, deadlines, homework. Instrantly create surveys for students. Keep parents informed of daily projects." "Not only will give your students the web 2.0 skills they need, but also expand their reading, writing, thoughts and ideas beyond the classroom setting."
    social networking for schools. Private and secure
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