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MEDEAnet webinar: Social Media Use in the Classroom

Social media can be a very powerful tool that supports innovative types of learning and teaching. In this one-hour MEDEAnet webinar you will get an overview on how educators in schools can use social media to enrich teaching and learning in various different ways and what has to be considered.

This webinar took place on Thursday 22 May 2014 and was attended by 43 participants from 19 countries.
The first speaker was Gabriella Cseh, Head of Public Policy for Central and Eastern Europe for Facebook. She talked about a recently published guide on how to integrate Facebook in classroom and other formal as well as non-formal learning settings (see: http://www.ednfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/Facebookguideforeducator...).
The second speaker was Gijs Palsrok, a second generation teacher of English. He presented the practical side and describe how to integrate social media in the classroom. He will focus on using social media tools for instructions, Q&A (students and teacher) and testing.

This session helps you to understand the possibilities and challenges social media is offering and how it can be used in a fruitful and educationally valuable way. This webinar is aimed at teachers, educators and media producers interested in social media for learning.

To see the discussion linked to this webinar go to http://www.media-and-learning.eu/content/social-media-use-in-the-classro...

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Facebook Guide for Educators

The guide is aimed at educators working with young people within schools, colleges, universities, work based learning, formal and informal learning settings. It looks at the way in which Facebook can be used as a tool to:
• Support subject teaching across the curriculum
• Support out of school hours learning
• Encourage informal social learning
• Enable easy communication between students, teachers and parents
• Support the development of digital citizenship skills

The guide aims to be practical and hands on, but is not exhaustive. Innovative uses of Facebook are being developed all of the time and as such The Facebook team has created a Facebook for Educators Page run by educators for educators, to share their experiences and recommendations across the UK and beyond. To like the page, and join the conversation visit www.facebook.com/educationfoundationuk

Table of contents: 

Contents
What is Facebook?
Why did we do this?
What did we learn?
Who is this guide written for?
How we wrote this guide?
Facebook as a tool for teaching and learning
Uses for Facebook in and around the classroom
Facebook in the real world – Wellington College
Facebook in the real world – London Nautical School

Appendix
Getting started with Facebook – useful tools, privacy and safety
Introducing Facebook at your school – what can help make the process easier?

Acknowledgements

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The Education Foundation, UK

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2013

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17 pages

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Leitfaden Social Media

"Leitfaden Social Media" is a diverse and concise guideline for social media in companies. It covers various aspects of the use of social media relevant to business. Amongst other it deals with social media for marketing, internal collaboration, content, media selection/production, recruiting, costumer relationship, monitoring etc. In an excursus also IPR restriction for the use of social media in a business context are dealt with. Moreover, best practices are presented and help to gain insight in the use of social media for companies. The guideline was published and created by BITKOM the Federal Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media

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Vorwort
Social Media in Deutschland – Ein Überblick
Social Media Handlungsfelder für Unternehmen
Strategie- und Zieldefintion als Grundvoraussetzung
Marketing
PR
Interne Kommunikation und Kollaboration
Social Customer Relationship Management
Social Intelligence
Service und Support wird in Social Media zu einem »must-have«
Human Resources und Recruiting
Besondere Herausforderungen für B2B-Unternehmen
Social Media Organisation, Governance und Risiken
Personelle Ressourcen für Social Media
Exkurs I: Vom Shitstorm kalt erwischt
Zielgruppen
Social Media Inhalte und Medien-Mix
Exkurs II: Corporate Blogs – Türöffner in eine neue Welt der Kommunikation
Social Media Guidelines
Social Media Montoring
Social Media Erfolgsmessung
Exkurs III: Typische rechtliche Herausforderungen für Social Media im Unternehmen
Accounts und Kontakte
Inhalte
Wettbewerb und Einwilligung
Checkliste für Unternehmen zum Social Media Einsatz
Best-Practice Beispiele
Social Media bei der Conet Group
Datev
»Unser bester Botschafter« – Social Media Governance bei Microsoft Deutschland
T-Systems: Social Media im B2B-Großkundenumfeld

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BITKOM Bundesverband Informationswirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien e. V

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2012

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Social Media in Adult Education - A Best-Practice Guideline from Baden-Württemberg (D)

This Best-Practice Guideline is based on the results of the project "Bildungsmanagement 2.0" (education management 2.0) a coaching project which accompanied further education institutions from Baden-Württemberg by implementing a social media strategy in their institution. The guideline explains the strategy which was used to implement social media in the institutions as well as the lessons learned made by the institutions in a way that can easily be followed by other training institutions interested in implementing social media in their organisation.

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SOCIAL MEDIA REVOLUTION - Introduction
SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDANCE - The Project
SOCIAL MEDIA INNOVATION - The Process
RESUMÉE

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MFG Innovationsagentur für IT und Medien Baden-Württemberg, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) – Fernstudienzentrum

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2013

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20 p.

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