Special thanks to Troy Gifford, one of Valencia’s Music Professors, who shared this “interesting graphic on how the social web interacts with the music industry.” To see the full image, click here or on the image below.
Posts Tagged: Social Media
Special thanks to Lauri Lott who teaches technology for educators and uses Pinterest as a bookmarks page. She has gobs of infographics that she uses in her in-class presentations and on her class Facebook group page. She wanted to share this one with Circles of Innovation. Click here or on the image below to see the […]
Most people know that Twitter is a tool for sharing short messages, known as tweets, up to 140 characters long. Twitter is also a great tool for sharing images and photos. Below is a quick guide to sharing and hashtagging images with Twitter. If you are new to twitter, I recommend Twitter Guide Book – […]
Instagram is sort of like Twitter, except instead of sharing your thoughts and ideas in 140 characters or less, you’re sharing photos and images. Also like Twitter, Instagram uses hashtags to categorize photos by topic. Here is a quick guide to sharing images and using hashtags with Instagram. Visit the Instagram blog for more helpful […]
Many of you know I am a big fan of TED Talks, I am also a fan of Social Media so a fun TED Talk on Social Media, come on. This quick talk really demonstrates the speed, power, and influence of social media in the 21st century. Would you like to create your own version […]
Special thanks to Carl Creasman for sending his notes and thoughts from a session at the Innovations conference. Carl Wrote: I was in a great session at the Circles of Innovation about social media and social learning. Some of the good ideas presented: –Social learning won’t work if it is not strategic. You can’t just […]
Thank you Josh for your presentation at Valencia’s Learning Day and for being willing to share it here with Circles of Innovation.