Looks like EDUCAUSE 2014 (#edu14) is just around the corner.
I am heading out to Orlando on Sunday and will be sharing my dissertations research at the #edu14 Virtual Seminar with Tanya Joosten (@tjoosten) on Monday, September 29, 2014. Interested in learning more about it? Sign up (HERE) for the online, half-day seminar to help with your social media planning:
Higher education institutions are using social media to communicate and engage their campus community; however, very few are examining the impact and implications of social media guidance. From research to practical applications, this seminar will detail the current state of social media guidance in postsecondary education and identify key elements of guiding principles that offer suggestions for student support, teaching, training and development, research, infrastructure, and more.
Participants will be able to:
- Articulate current higher education social media guidelines and policy document trends, categories, themes, and patterns emerging from research
- Identify practical components for effective social media guidelines for campuses
- Create meaningful guidelines and policies to positively impact teaching, learning, research, and development at your institution
Since I am only at #edu14 for a short stint, I plan on making the most of my time. Here is my quick hit list of sessions that are in line with my research agenda:
If I was staying longer at #edu14, I would most likely attend these sessions:
Will you be at EDUCAUSE 2014? What is your focus and objective for attending this year? More importantly, will we be able to have a bit of a chat around these issues. I hope so. See you @ #edu14!
Kudos to Eric Stoller for kicking of 2010 with NACADA Region 8 Technology Seminar in Seattle, WA. It’s been a while since the 1st #NACADAtech seminar, and it was good to be part of the technology in advising action. Here are just a few things that Eric spoke about last week:
Eric asked if I would like to contribute, and I gladly wanted to join in the fun. Last Sunday, I presented (virtually) a session for academic advisors interested in collaborating with wikis. Skype’s screen sharing application made getting involved in this session cost-effective and simple. 🙂
There was a lot of information packed into this day & 1/2 seminar, but I could tell by the Twitter feed & comments in the session that many ideas were sparked & I could tell the wheels were spinning. It’s great to connect with other advisors to get some inspiration and share thoughts about best technological practices for the advising profession.
AACE Global U will be hosting a series of seminars around “Social Media: Trends and Implications for Learning.” I was able to listen to the archived seminar for July, however I hope to participate in a future monthly online seminar:
August 10, 2009, 9:00 PM Eastern USA
September 8, 2009: 3:00 PM Eastern USA
October 13, 2009: 9:00 PM Eastern USA
November 10, 2009: 3:00 PM Eastern USA
December 8, 2009: 9:00 PM Eastern USA
The seminar series, led by George Siemens and David Cormier, is without fee and will include live interactive sessions, in addition to discussions with guest speakers and participants. All sessions are co-sponsored by and will be archived in the Education & Information Technology Library (EdITLib). And you can join in the discussion on AACE Connect.
During these Elluminate sessions, the conversations will be active in the webinar and recorded for those who cannot participate at these specific times. By using the #SMTI hash tag you can find conversations on Twitter, archives in blogs and resources in Delicious.
Here were a few key discussion pieces I found useful from the first social media seminar:
This question was posed as the central topic of today’s EDUCAUSE web seminar (May 19, 2009) – Where Is the Open Education Movement Going? hosted by Brian Lamb & David Wiley.
Much of the session focused around:
- Open Educational Resources
- Open Content
- Open Access
For those of you who missed the presentation, you are able to access the Educause web seminar archive for the slides or recording of the online event. This session was also a good prelude for the Open Education Conference which will be held in Vancouver, BC August 12-14, 2009.
Great comments from the online chat in the session today. Here are a few messages that resonated with me:
- Can’t we set up private areas as well as shareable areas in our online learning environments? Both can be useful.
- Many faculty are online and don’t realize the extent possibly
- Old School Traditional Professors Unite–you have nothing to lose but your chains. 🙂
- A lot depends on the way the activities are integrated, and whether the teacher walks the walk him- or herself.
More converstations to follow on Twitter – #opened09
Hello #nacadatech09 Participants,
How are you? I just thought I would check in to find out what has been happening at your home institutions. Be sure to post a comment with your updates & news since you left the seminar on the NACADA Tech website.
Looking forward to hearing your updates & news.
Thanks for sharing some NACADA Technology Seminar stats with us, Eric.
I also think it’s great to see that there is some regular updates & Twitter action with the #nacadatech09 tag on the backchannel. Well done, everyone.
Just a quick note to say thanks & wish you all a safe journey home. It was great meeting you all, and learning more about your ideas around technology in advising. I am sure that you will keep pondering this topic beyond nacadatech.
I will be sure to send out updates to let you know more about resources, presentations & how to best stay in touch with everyone. Thanks for your participation in the seminar.