Réseaux sociaux et autres
21 mars 2017

Snapchat, un modèle pour le microlearning?

Logo - Thot CursusPar Alexandre Roberge. Un des réseaux sociaux le plus en croissance en termes d'interactions et d'abonnés n’est ni Facebook ou Twitter. Il s’agit plutôt de Snapchat, cette application particulière où les usagers s’envoient des images et vidéos qui disparaissent une fois qu’elles ont été consultées. Voir l'article...

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20 mars 2017

Post-a-job… post-a-joke ?

Focus RH - Gestion de carrière et évolution professionnellePar Cédric Mendes. Et si je vous disais que n’importe qui peut publier une offre d’emploi sur votre page Entreprise LinkedIn sans que vous n’ayez votre mot à dire ? Laissez-moi vous raconter une histoire. Voir l'article...

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19 mars 2017

College admissions now using social media like never before

eCampus NewsBy Ron Bethke. A new survey reveals that college admissions officers' use of resources like Facebook and Google to gather more information on applicants has reached an all-time high. More...

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18 mars 2017

What I’m really thinking: the university dropout

The Guardian homeBy. Social media is a constant reminder that other people are managing to do something that made me so ill I was forced to walk away. More...

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Enseigner Wikipédia par les anecdotes

The ConversationBy . Wikipédia est un monde complètement différent de Facebook, un monde complètement différent de Google. Il est différent dans les interfaces, dans les pratiques, dans les règles, les conditions générales d’utilisation, dans les licences, dans les algorithmes, dans l’économie, et dans la politique. D’ailleurs, Google et Facebook sont des mondes complètement différents l’un de l’autre aussi. Voir l'article...

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17 mars 2017

Four Ideas to Implement Today on Social Media

https://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/media/CTA-IHE-banner640-150.png?itok=VxlaUtWrBy Paul Redfern. Given the critical nature that social media plays in our relationships with key audiences, we should all be scanning each other’s posts and popular enterprises outside of higher ed for ideas and inspiration. More...

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13 mars 2017

10 Ways That Professors Can Use Social Media

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgTechno-News Blog. Students, 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. More...

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08 mars 2017

Analysis of Social Media Influencers and Trends on Online and Mobile Learning

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningAlthough educational practitioners have adopted social media to their online or mobile communities, little attention has been paid to investigate the social media messages related to online or mobile learning. The purpose of this research is to identify social media influencers and trends by mining Twitter posts related to online learning and mobile learning. We identified the influencers on Twitter by three different measures: the number of tweets posted by each user, the number of mentions by other users for each user, and the number of retweets for each user. More...

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Social Web Content Enhancement in a Distance Learning Environment: Intelligent Metadata Generation for Resources

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningSocial networking potentially offers improved distance learning environments by enabling the exchange of resources between learners. The existence of properly classified content results in an enhanced distance learning experience in which appropriate materials can be retrieved efficiently; however, for this to happen, metadata needs to be present. More...

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Properties of Teacher Networks in Twitter: Are They Related to Community-Based Peer Production?

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningTeachers participate in social networking sites to share knowledge and collaborate with other teachers to create education-related content. In this study we selected several communities in order to better understand the networks that these participants establish in Twitter and the role that the social network plays in their activity within the community, especially related with peer production. More...

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