As it’s the New Year it would seem appropriate to take a look back at the year that was and give you the edSocialMedia “Top 10 of 2010” blog posts.
1. 101 People You Should Follow on Twitter – by Brendan Schneider. If you are looking for people to follow on Twitter this is the post you need to read. A great resource for building your personal learning network through Twitter.
3. YouTube, Vimeo or Both? – by Peter Baron. With all the service out there doing the “same thing” it’s always good to have a breakdown of the reasons to use one over another… or even both. Â Peter shares his thoughts on these video sharing services.
4. UStream vs LiveStream Part 1 – by Hans Mundahl. If you got questions about video and the web Hans is “The Man” to read and follow. In this short post Han’s begins to ask the questions many of us have about which service to choose when deciding to put live video to the web.
5. Favorite Independent School Facebook Pages – by Jesse Bardo. Looking for specific examples of exemplary school Facebook pages? Check out the schools Jesse Bardo has pulled together and see what makes them some of the best!
6. Is your school afraid of Facebook? by Jesse Bardo. Need help convincing your school they need a Facebook presence? Take a look at what Jesse Bardo has to say on the matter and see what he can do to help.
8. But I deleted that picture… how did YOU find it?! by Rebekka Goldberg. The Internet has a long memory and nothing seems to be ever truly gone. See what it means to engage in digital communications and the formality and permanence of students online actions.
9. 501 People You Should Follow on Twitter. by Brendan Schneider. As a follow-up to 101 People You Should Follow on Twitter Brendan asks you to help him build a list of the 501 People You Should Follow on Twitter. Crowdsourcing at it’s best!
10. Where are all of the E-Textbooks? (free e-books) by Hans Mundahl. Are you fed up with your textbooks? Are you looking for good digital content for you 1:1 programs or to use with you iPads? Hans shows you how to take matters into your own hands and use Creative Commons licensed material to create your own “textbooks”.
Happy New Year!