Category Archives: Emerging Technologies

Use of Global Learning Experiences and Multimedia Technologies in Management Courses.

2016 TECHKnowledge Presentation

TECHKnowledge Updates 2016

  1. Mobile and video technologies to record, film, stream, broadcast or produce videos and social media content.
  2. Use of TED Ed and videos to create lessons used to integrate online discussions and expand discussions outside one online course. Cases: two sections of the same course, three different courses, two different institutions
  3. Integration of global news, events, pictures, and video clips in one media outlet or video blog (www.globallearningnews.tv)

TECHKnowledge Learning Adventures

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Workshop “Updates in Uses of Social Media with Emphasis in Flickr and Instagram Learning”

Learn how to use your Flickr and Instagram photos in your courses. Use of photo albums, collections, hashtags, categories, and tags in Blackboard and Social Media.

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Social Media Workshop

Content

  1. Social Media Learning. Use of several social media networks in courses.
  2. Hashtag Learning. How to add proper tags to your posts and photos.
  3. Instagram Learning. How to add instant photos and hashtags that you can share in your courses.
  4. Flickr Learning. How to use it to organize combined photo albums by themes, places or events. How to add your Flicker photos to your courses.
  5. Social Media Slides®. Using social media tools to prepare your classes and presentations.

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1. Social Media Learning. Use of several social media networks in courses.

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2. Hashtag Learning. How to add proper tags to your posts and photos.

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3. Instagram Learning. How to add instant photos and hashtags that you can share in your courses.

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IMG_2960 Ins Linked Shares    IMG_2955 Instagram Share Options

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4. Flickr Learning. How to use it to organize combined photo albums by themes, places or events.

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IMG_2962 flkr albums     IMG_2964 flkr groups

IMG_2965 flkr windpower     IMG_2966 learning IMG_2967 flr solarenergy     IMG_2968 flkr recycling IMG_2969 flkr josetoons     Pages

How to add your Flickr photos to your courses.

  • Open an Announcement or new thread in Discussion > Mashups > Flickr Photo

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  • Discussion > Mashups > Flickr Photo

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  • Use keywords or hashtags to find picture in Flickr.

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  • Add picture to course.

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  • Picture inserted in Announcement or Discussion message ready to be posted.

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  • Posted Announcement or Discussion with inserted Flickr picture.

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5. Social Media Slides®. Using social media tools to prepare your classes and presentations.

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TEDKnowledge Workshop: How to create TED Ed Lessons

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TEDKnowledge Workshop:
How to create TED Ed Lessons

Learn to embed TED and TEDx Talks in Blackboard online courses. Learn to create TED Ed lessons using TED and TEDx Talks or your own videos.

A TED Ed Learning Adventures interactive workshop.

Workshop presentation coming soon to http://guides.fscj.edu/tedxfscj

See slides used in live workshop:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.758916127490124.1073741844.194693233912419&type=3

Facilitator: Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche FSCJ Professor of Supervision and Management. TEDxFSCJ Organizer. TED Ed Lessons Creator

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Facebook Generation and Twitter in Education

Facebook generation and Twitter in education. We have several years doing in our online courses. @DrLepervanche Twitter Updates in discussion forums #jCampus. Learning Edge in our Social Media Campus. www.socialmediacampus.org

America’s Facebook Generation Is Reading Strong : NPR.

Weekly Discussions inside Online Courses via @DrLepervanche Twitter Updates.
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Social media management in online education

Wired Scoutmaster of Wireless Professor

During FSCJ Open Campus convocation some professors mentioned the benefits of social media networks in online courses. As you may notice, I do not enforce nor strongly suggest to use Facebook or Twitter outside online learning platforms such as Blackboard. I am testing with Twitter in courses discussions and announcements and I do not see enough comments. In the past I have seen comments when I offer extra credit. Maybe this is the reason. What do you think? I am also testing several pages in Facebook and you do not have to be “friend”. 1. “Learning Edge Management” page is about technologies and online learning. If you wish, please “like” it.  2. “Next Manager” page is about Management and Leadership.  I usually share interesting tweets or Facebook posts inside regular online discussions to improve topics and demonstrate how easy it is to find useful information in social media that can be used to add current events to our courses.

If you volunteer to participate in these pages, you just have to “like” them. Participation for students is optional. Again, you do not have to “friend” anyone and I do not ask you to be “friend”. If you ask to be “friend” I will accept as I also share other pages to students and graduates. Facebook pages or groups are a good place to keep in touch after graduation and improve networking for potential jobs. Some of our college advisory board graduates were selected because their active participation in courses and social media networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn.

Managing social media requires a good time balance between personal and professional social reading and interactions. You have to decide how social media will benefit you in life or work. We are providing resources to find this benefit without overloading our screens. This is our dynamic lab where emerging technologies are tested for personal and professional use. Thank you for participating on this lab. More soon in www.webmedialab.org.

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