CIT recently co-hosted (along with Duke’s Office of News and Communications) a ‘social media’ workshop for Duke faculty. Here’s a link to the PDF version of the handout from the session. We didn’t want to fill our handouts up with long URLs – so we’re posting many of the useful links we mentioned here instead:
More from CIT on social media tools
- CIT Web2.0 Toolkit: Flickr
- CIT Web2.0 Toolkit: YouTube
- CIT Web2.0 Toolkit: Twitter
Ideas for using social media in your teaching
- 100 Ways to Teach with Twitter
- Profhacker: Practical Advice for Teaching with Twitter
- Profhacker: A Framework for Teaching with Twitter
- Duke WordPress: Getting Started and Examples
Social media at Duke
- Duke OnDemand: Duke on Demand pulls together videos from across campus, highlighting speakers, research findings, live events and more. A good place to start when looking for official Duke content.
- Social Media @ Duke: Duke’s social media gateway page. Find official Twitter accounts, updates from Facebook, links to Duke YouTube channels, Flickr and more.
- Twitter hashtag from the session: #dukesocial
Social media events in (or around) the Triangle
- Social Carolina: a social media calendar for events and meetups in NC
- Science Online 2011: conference for scientists, science communicators, bloggers, etc. Official website coming soon – but you can contribute to the agenda as it develops here.
- Converge South: Well-known blogger conference held in Greensboro.
- Triangle Tweetups: “Our mission is to use not only twitter but social media/online tools to bring the Triangle community together for networking with the purpose of learning and engaging offline that may lead to new online relationships and business connections.”
Privacy considerations and using social media with students
- Social Media Tips for Students
- First Monday: Facebook privacy settings: Who cares?
- CIT blog: Facebook, social networking and student privacy
- CIT: Tips on using Web2.0 tools for academic work