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cjr.orgPodcast: Can the marriage between Facebook and journalism be saved?On this week’s episode, CJR board member and founder of The Information Jessica Lessin interviews Facebook executive Adam Mosseri. Their conversation was recorded at a May 17 conference co-hosted by CJR and The Information in San Francisco. Lessin presses Mosseri on Facebook’s responsibility to publishers and whether the marriage between journalism and the social media […]
theedadvocate.org10 Ways That Professors Can Use Social Media - The EdvocateSpread the loveStudents, whether in grade school or in higher education, are always on social media. They are creating, connecting, networking, and collaborating. Professors can easily take advantage of these platforms to help manage their classroom. Not only will taking advantage of social media help reduce the amount of paper used, but it will also benefit both the professor and the class. By doing so, professors can create a learning environment that becomes an advantage to students and help them learn more networking and collaborative skills for their profession. Allowing students to work collaboratively Even college students sometimes have a …
thenextweb.comFake news could ruin social media, but there's still hopeCamille Francois is director of research and analysis at Graphika , and she starts her talk at TNW Conference by saying “let’s try and have a conversation about fake news and disinformation campaigns without mentioning Donald Trump.”
vogue.com5 Couture Dresses and Countless Instagram Likes: Inside Gary Pepper Girl’s Wedding WardrobeWhen Nicole Warne (or as her 1.7 million Instagram followers know her, Gary Pepper Girl) married photographer Luke Shadbolt in Wanaka, New Zealand, it was the stuff of social media dreams. Here, Warne takes us inside her couture bridal wardrobe.
theedadvocate.orgWhy we should teach our students digital marketing skills - The EdvocateSpread the love**The Edvocate is pleased to publish guest posts as way to fuel important conversations surrounding P-20 education in America. The opinions contained within guest posts are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of The Edvocate or Dr. Matthew Lynch.** A guest post by David Cutler “It is time for schools to stop blocking Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social networks that students love and already use daily outside of school.” So writes Mark Barnes in his book, Teaching the iStudent: A Quick Guide to Using Mobile Devices and Social Media in the K-12 …
thetechedvocate.orgSocial media and video games in classrooms can yield valuable data for teachersSpread the loveThis article was written by Nick Pandolfo Social media, video games, blogs and wikis are playing increasingly important roles in classrooms across the country. Some worry that incorporating more social media and other technologies into education is leading to too much computer time, as well as to a generation of students deficient in the face-to-face social skills needed to survive in the workplace. Proponents say schools need to find ways to use these technologies to improve teaching and learning, or else risk losing the attention of digital natives. A paper released earlier this week by the Brookings Institution …1