Give and Get – Producing Social Media Content with Purpose

Give and Get – Producing Social Media Content with Purpose
by John LaPerch ·

Recently on our Facebook page at Salisbury School, we posted a simple text link to our annual fund appeal and the post … Continue reading »

Page Timelines on Facebook, What does this Mean?

Page Timelines on Facebook, What does this Mean?
by Ali Yares ·

Yesterday, Facebook introduced the Timeline for Pages. The timeline has already been available for personal profiles for quite some time. … Continue reading »

Pinterest: What’s in it for you?

Pinterest: What’s in it for you?
by Ali Yares ·

Pinterest started two years ago sort of like a bulletin board for sharing ideas. In the last year, it has … Continue reading »

Collaborative Lyrical Analysis with Google Docs

Collaborative Lyrical Analysis with Google Docs
by Morgan Harris ·

As my colleague Nate Green recently discussed, Google Docs is a fantastic way to respond to student writing. Students receive … Continue reading »

The Advantage of Google Docs in Education

The Advantage of Google Docs in Education
by Nate Green ·

It’s no secret that Google Docs has made teachers more effective at teaching writing. After making a full Google Docs … Continue reading »

Timely tips on how to optimize your content

Timely tips on how to optimize your content
by Madeline Riley ·

Madeline Senkosky’s presentation: Facebook Edgerank: The Rules of Threes   Peter Baron’s presentation: Timely Tips on How to Optimize Your … Continue reading »

How to Set a Featured Video on YouTube

How to Set a Featured Video on YouTube
by Madeline Riley ·

YouTube continues to prove to be a big player in search results and social media. By many accounts, YouTube is the second biggest search engine in the world and your YouTube channel should receive some much-needed attention. Continue reading »

Using Social Media for Student Research, Part 2: Practices and Habits of Mind

Using Social Media for Student Research, Part 2: Practices and Habits of Mind
by David Korfhage ·

Photo credit: New Media Research, via Byrion Smith   In an earlier post, I discussed how to get students set up … Continue reading »

Content Curation for Teachers

Content Curation for Teachers
by Nate Green ·

Have you ever felt that there is simply too much interesting, educational content on the web? Fortunately, there are also … Continue reading »

How to Manage Your Social Media Presence

How to Manage Your Social Media Presence
by Madeline Riley ·

In this edSocialMedia webinar, learn from Cassie Dull (@cassdull), an online communications specialist at Park Tudor School, how to efficiently manage your organization’s website, social media strategy, blogs, videos, photos, SEO and more. Continue reading »