The end of something… not the Hemingway short story (sorry to disappoint) no I am referring to the end of a semester. A time in which to wrap your head around 4 months of learning and try and sum up where you are at, and where you might be going. 719 more words
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How scribbled notes became valuable content, and how sharing can define truth.
This afternoon, I sat down to further my research into content management strategy. You see, I am preparing one for internal content for where I work, but from a Learning & Development perspective.712 more words
If we consider the expectations of an educator, as to having the knowledge and understanding of technological trends, including social media. The overall aim is to ensure we are connecting to social networks, experience new ideas and remaining current. 224 more words
One of the things that I learned about in my Online Teaching and Instructional Design degree was the importance of having a personal learning network. This is a tool that I can use to interact with other people and stay current in my field. 466 more words
This week, I started working on a workshop that I’m creating for the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference titled, “Your Digital Footprint: Develop your Online Academic Portfolio.” I planned to quickly cover a social media audit and digital citizenship briefly for the students attending the state-wide conference for undergraduate students interested in research, then spend the majority of time on strategies aiding to the students’ online presence so that a potential employer can find beneficial information about them online. 424 more words