Bootcamp!

Bootcamp!
by Ernest Koe ·

Many thanks to everyone who helped to make the bootcamp a success. We’re looking forward to the next one – … Continue reading »

Youtube, Vimeo or Both?

Youtube, Vimeo or Both?
by Peter Baron ·

First off, I want to express a warm thank you to Steve & Ernest for inviting me to participate in … Continue reading »

Social Media – Part II – The Long Tail

Social Media – Part II – The Long Tail
by Alex Ragone ·

“The Long Tail was first coined by Chris Anderson in an October 2004 Wired magazine articleto describe the niche strategy … Continue reading »

The Case for Social Media Engagement Grows

The Case for Social Media Engagement Grows
by Steve Ritchie ·

Social media participation by adults 25 and older is growing fast. The case for bringing the school’s message to the places the constituents are spending time is growing along with it. Continue reading »

Changes in Social Media and Impact on Schools

Changes in Social Media and Impact on Schools
by Antonio Viva ·

Ravit Lichtenberg recently wrote a post on ReadWriteWeb about 10 upcoming changes in social media that predicts what we will … Continue reading »

Wrapping My Head Around Social Media – Part 1

Wrapping My Head Around Social Media – Part 1
by Alex Ragone ·

As I begin to blog here at edSocialMedia, I’m going to show how I began to start to wrap my … Continue reading »

Information Overload and the Filter Challenge

Information Overload and the Filter Challenge
by Steve Ritchie ·

I was watching this video on the Open Road blog at CNET of a keynote address Clay Shirky from NYU … Continue reading »

Social Media Reporters Cover Inauguration

Social Media Reporters Cover Inauguration
by Antonio Viva ·

A few weeks after the presidential election, two teachers approached me with an idea to take a group of students … Continue reading »

Social Media in Education Podcasts

Social Media in Education Podcasts
by Steve Ritchie ·

Check out this link to a series of podcasts focusing on using social media in teaching and learning. Continue reading »

Happy New Year

Happy New Year
by Ernest Koe ·

Happy New Year everyone. Let me start off 2009 with a few loosely connected ideas. What does a connected, always-on … Continue reading »