Engaging Students with Social Media

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This session outlines some of the ways that social media could be used inside out and outside of the classroom. During the workshop delegates were asked to work in groups and consider the value of twitter, blogs and flickr within their own context. The session was delivered as part of TELFest, a week long festival designed for staff at the University of Sheffield by the central Learning Technologies Team, which I manage. You can find out more about the event here: http://www.shef.ac.uk/cics/telfest.

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  • 1. Engaging Students with Social MediaFarzana LatifLearning Technologies Manager

2. Session Outline Define Social Media Understand the potential learning and teaching benefits of aselection of Social Media tools:TwitterBlogsFlickr Identify Social Media activities that you could develop in yourown context 3. Name that icon 4. Many Other Tools 5. Conversation Prism 6. What is Social Media? 7. Why should you use Social Media? 8. Twitter - Activity 9. Twitter 10. Tweet#TelFestSocial 11. Twitter 12. Twitter Widget 13. Twitter Tools 14. Twitter - Group Activity 15. Twitter - Activity Twitter Responses 16. Twitter - tweets over lunch 17. Bloghttp://learningtechnologiesteam.blogspot.co.uk/ 18. Blog 19. Individual Blog - Example 20. Blog 21. Blog Platforms 22. Blog - Activity 23. FlickrA place to share, find and discuss images. 24. Flickr for Learning - An Examplehttps://www.flickr.com/account/uploadbyemail/https://www.flickr.com/map/ 25. Potential Uses of Flickr- Street Art 26. Flickr Group ActivityIn your context, when would it be useful for people tocreate and share images?Feedback/Tweet #TelfestSocial 27. Easily Bring in Images to MOLE 28. Points to Consider 29. Summary 30. Session FeedbackWe would welcome your feedback on this session, via this URLhttp://goo.gl/ReRYkHThank you