Teaching with Social Media

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Date: 
Fri, 01/28/2011 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm

 Teaching with Social Media 

As social media becomes increasingly ingrained in the daily lives of students, instructors have turned to popular tools like Twitter, Facebook and blogs to engage students and enhance learning in their classes.  In this workshop, we will explore how social media may be used to promote dialogue and collaboration with and among students.  By considering three unique applications of social media in courses in journalism, the natural sciences, and the humanities, participants will reflect on how they may productively make use of these tools in their own teaching.

Date:  Friday, January 28, 2011
Time: 2:00-4:00pm
Location:  Library Forum Room
Enrollment limit:   40 - open to faculty, graduate students and post-docs
Workshop facilitators:  Sharon Bautista and Joseph Lampert

Registration is required (click here).

 

This workshop is part of the annual Teaching, Learning & Technology workshop series.  The Teaching, Learning & Technology workshops are designed to help faculty, post-docs and graduate students consider how technology can impact teaching and learning.  Participants will be introduced to current technologies and meet staff who are technology, pedagogy, and information specialists at Northwestern University.