April 25, 2011, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. EDT by Academic Impressions
Learn how social media can increase student interactivity, engagement, and learning.
Join us online as we showcase some effective uses of social media that are impactful in student learning. We’ll discuss social media approaches that can help you with experiential learning activities, student interactivity and engagement, and developing community and professional networks.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Our expert faculty will share a variety of examples of how social media can be used effectively and share tips and advice on the following:
- How to facilitate interactivity and engagement with social media tools
- Best practices in using social media including an information guide
- Considerations for integrating social media into curriculum
- Concerns about privacy in the use of social media
- Costs and implementation
- Evaluating the impact of social media on student learning
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This webcast is ideal for faculty, instructional designers and technologists, academic computing services, and student computing services administrators who want to learn how to use social media tools effectively in the classroom.
REGISTER FOR THE LIVE SESSION, PURCHASE A CD
Register online or call 720.488.6800. Want to share this valuable information with your colleagues? Register your institution for a single site connection and an unlimited number of people can participate.
You can also add this event to your training library by purchasing a CD recording of the live webcast and a bound set of the presentation materials. Questions? Call us to help determine if this event is right for you.
Leah was appointed Executive Director of the Charleston Conference in 2017, and has served in various roles with the Charleston Information Group, LLC, since 2004. Prior to working for the conference, she was Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions for the College of Charleston for four years. She lives in a small town near Columbia, SC, with her husband and two kids where they raise a menagerie of farm animals.