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Getting the Word Out

Page history last edited by Darren Kuropatwa 1 year, 7 months ago

 

 

 

The Power of Social Media for Your Association

How Teacher Association Presidents can use free online social media tools to create an online interactive networking hub to share information with their constituents, encourage their active participation in their associations, and monitor their online digital footprint. We will also discuss the digital ethics that go hand in hand with maintaining a meaningful online presence.

 

Contact info:

blog: A Difference

email: darren.kuropatwa {at} gov {dot} mb {dot} ca

twitter: dkuropatwa

slideshare: dkuropatwa

del.icio.us: dkuropatwa

flickr: dkuropatwa

it's the same all across the netiverse ... 

 

Below you will find the slides and podcast of this presentation. There is also a comprehensive list of links to the resources and tools that were shared including links to the diital artifacts we created while in session. You can use this wiki as an entry point to the tools and techniques that will make it easier for you to reach out to your constituents using social media.

 

Slides

 

Archive of Live Chat

 

Tweeted Replies to our question:

"In session w Teacher Society delegates. Pls RT Where are you? How does twitter keep you “in the know?”

 

Participant Generated Slideshow

 

 

Participant Generated Podcast (coming soon)

 

Links

Blogging

Posterous

Blogger

AP Calculus AB (2007-2008) (One of Darren's Class Blogs)

A Difference

WordPress

EduBlogs

K12 Online Conference

 

Social Networks

Ning

Beyond the 3 Rs

Classroom 2.0

 

Podcasting

ipadio

Darren's Student Voices Podcast

 

Monitor Your Digital Footprints

Google Alerts (web search alerts by email)

Google Reader (monitor RSS feeds)

Google News

Technorati

TweetScan (twitter alerts by email, "freemium" service)

Search Twitter (twitter search engine)

 

Learn more about the tools, teaching, and learning ...

The K12 Online Conference

 

Other Links

flickr

 

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