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Rhondda Powling

Social Media FOR Schools: Developing Shareable Content for Schools | Langwitches Blog - 1 views

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    An asutue post by Sylvia Rosenthal Tolisano (langwitches) "While social media in schools deals primarily with policies around how to use (or not use) social media in the classroom with students, social media for schools is about storytelling and getting their stakeholders (teachers, students, administrators, parents, community) to spread these stories."
Roland Gesthuizen

You cannot burn a mummy blog: @burgewords comments - 1 views

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    "Australians who expected to see themselves marching on the evening news started coming to terms with the death of the mainstream media. Australians who expected the march would go unnoticed because they have some control over media output started coming to terms with the fact that the social media is the only widely-distributed media left, and it's well beyond their control."
Rhondda Powling

The Student's Guide To Proper Social Media Etiquette | Edudemic - 3 views

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    Good advice (and simply put) on Social Media Etiquette
Roland Gesthuizen

ABC Services - Twitter - 0 views

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    "The ABC has official Twitter accounts representing subjects, individuals, programs, stations, networks and divisions."
Roland Gesthuizen

Social Media Guidelines For Students And Job Seekers - Edudemic - 2 views

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    "..what about when students need some advice in figuring out proper social media usage in general? This useful infographic from Online Degrees is jam-packed with insight and tips on when to (and when not to) use social media"
Roland Gesthuizen

How to use Twitter at your next medical conference - 0 views

  • Twitter can be a great way to capture the small nuggets of information you glean while at a conference.  If possible don’t worry about trying to post everything from a single slide, but try to find the fact or theme that resonates with you. 
  • After the conference look back through your stream of posts and see a good journal of what you found inspiring. 
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    "a quick overview of good ways for you to make use of Twitter at a medical conference. The growing field of palliative medicine has had a strong social media presence and the addition of more people into our online network helps get important information to people far beyond the patients and families we see each day in our work."
Rhondda Powling

TVNZ | Television New Zealand | News, Sport, Weather, TV ONE, TV2 | TVNZ | Breaking & D... - 1 views

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    A 4 minute video report. A brief but useful report on managing your reputation when using social media. "Throw away comments can quickly become problematic. People regard social media as a private conversation, but it never is private, regardless of what your settings are. The capacity to repost is always there." Report continues with  "people who post comments threatening violence when responding to a post that is upsetting can be unlawful". Although relating to the laws of New Zealand, there are some good pointers for everyone. 
Tania Sheko

Wiki:Introduction to Blogging | Social Media CoLab - 1 views

  •  1. Link to a website -- a blog post, online story from a mainstream media organization, any kind of website -- and criticize it. If you can provide evidence that the facts presented in the criticized website are wrong, then do so, but your criticism doesn't have to be about factual inaccuracy. Debate the logic or possible bias of the author. Make a counter-argument. Point out what the author leaves out. Voice your own opinion in response.
    • Tania Sheko
       
      Critical literacies can be taught using social media.
  •  1. Pick a position about a public issue, any public issue, that you are passionate about. Immigration. Digital rights management. Steroid use by athletes. Any issue you care about.  2. Make a case for something -- a position, an action, a policy -- related to this public issue. You don't have to prove your case, but you have to make it. It doesn't have to be an original position, but you need to go beyond quoting the positions of others. Provide an answer to your public's question: "What does the author of this blog post want me to know, believe, think, or do?"  3. Use links to back up or add persuasiveness to your case. Use links to build your argument. Use factual sources, statements by others that corroborate your assertions, instances that illustrate the point you want to make.
    • Tania Sheko
       
      Another good exercise to develop critical literacies using social media.
Rhondda Powling

http://files.campus.edublogs.org/global2.vic.edu.au/dist/6/8307/files/2012/06/SMCSMLC20... - 0 views

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    This social media communications strategy has been created to assist teachers at Manor Lakes College in both implementing and utilizing specific means of social media in their learning and teaching programs.
Rhondda Powling

Our Policies | John Monash Science School - 0 views

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    "John Monash Science School has a number of Policies that provide for the safety of staff, students and visitors while in our learning environment as well as provide guidance around the governance of the school. It is a condition of enrolment that students agree to adhere to the Policies and Procedures of the School. Please find below a listing of policy descriptions and details. Policies can also be downloaded from the list of attachments."
Heather S

How to Create Social Media Guidelines for Your School | Edutopia - 3 views

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    "Get the seven steps (and a roundup of valuable resources) you need to help bring social media in your classroom." BY STEVEN ANDERSON and produced in collaboration with Facebook. Social media is fast becoming as ubiquitous as the air we breathe. In recent months, many schools and districts around the country have taken steps to create social media policies and guidelines for their students and staff. "
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    How to Create Social Media Guidelines for Your School http://t.co/11t78TNg8g
Rhondda Powling

Social Media Policy | iCyberSafe.com - Living in a Connected World - 1 views

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    The purpose of this Policy is to set standards of behaviour for the use of Social Media that are consistent with the broader values and expectations of the Ivanhoe community.
Rhondda Powling

Online Database of Social Media Policies - 1 views

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    "A listing of social media policies. Referenced by the world's largest brands and agencies."
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