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The edSocialMedia Bootcamp at St. Joseph’s Preparatory School brings together independent and private school professionals to spend a day in a hands-on training environment. The morning will begin with a presentation to illustrate best practices and case studies, followed by a team-driven approach to learning social media tools.
Join edSocialMedia on Nov. 16 for a special hands-on social media bootcamp in partnership with The Strategic Marketing & Advancement Institute in Annapolis, Maryland.
With a simple click of a button, your alumni, advancement and academic offices can host live broadcasts through Hangouts, one of Google's latest features in Google+. In this edsocialmedia webinar, Ryan Bowse from Wikispaces shares his knowledge of what has worked in Google+ Hangouts.
I fully recognize that it's a nuisance when something you're used to changes how it looks and functions. For the purpose of this post, let's take Facebook as the example. Here is a great look at how Facebook has changed looks over the years. Do you remember getting angry over any/all of these changes?
I've been pretty hard on Google Plus on my own blog: 10 Reasons Why I Hate Google Plus and Google Plus is Dead. Most of my initial dislike of Google's latest social network came from, in my opinion, other people's over-reaction to the launch of Google Plus.
The most common question I've heard in the past five years is, "Which social media sites should my school be on?" It's an innocent and honest question, and a good one to continually ask. The question of 2012 has been, "Should my school be using Pinterest?" with the underlying question being: "If I use it for my school, how do I use it well?"
The edSocialMedia Bootcamp in the Boston area for PK-8 Schools brings together colleagues to discuss and formulate best practices for schools with students in pre-kindergarten through the eighth grade (and beyond). The morning will begin with a presentation by William (Bill) Stites, Director of Technology for The Montclair Kimberley Academy (MKA), where he engages and educates faculty of the social media best practices for schools. He will lead a discussion in the morning surrounding topics pertinent to any educator with students under the age of 13.
Sticking with the method that we know best, this workshop will focus on getting the work done with a hands-on approach. After an introductory keynote from Travis Warren, the President of WhippleHill, you will learn how to improve your video skills so you can launch into the next school year with a new set of tools.
In this edSocialMedia Summit presentation, Ian Symmonds, from Ian Symmonds & Associates Inc., demonstrates the importance of engaging videos to authentically represent an organization’s unique identity.
John Hill, the Higher Education Evangelist for LinkedIn, presented at the 2012 edSocialMedia Summit in San Francisco, CA, at the Fort Mason Center Cowell Theater. In this video, "Inversity, A Higher Education View of LinkedIn,” John focuses his presentation on four key aspects of LinkedIn: people, jobs, companies & groups, and provides insight into how we can leverage these core components for better individual and institutional advancement.