Tag Archives: Linkedin

#Top #Ten #Tips: #Curate Like a #Rockstar

Posted on July 5, 2011 by Scoop.it Whether you’ve been curating on Scoop.it for a while or you’re just joining us, we want to provide you with some great ways to reach everyone’s ultimate goal: to be a rockstar curator! … Continue reading

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FREE Today! The Professional Learning Network (PLN)

The PLN Professional Learning Network Authored by Thomas Jerome Baker I am grateful and thankful for all the informal and formal learning opportunities I have had access to through the individual and collective members of my PLN, my Professional Learning … Continue reading

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Congratulations Thomas! You have one of the top 1%

** Congratulations! You have one of the top 1% most viewed LinkedIn profiles for 2012 I opened my email and began to read: “LinkedIn now has 200 million members. Thanks for playing a unique part in our community!” Interesting bit … Continue reading

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FREE Download on October 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th! Read My Kindle Book, “Meet Me In Memphis” Without Buying a Kindle Reader

How to Read My Kindle Book, “MEET ME IN MEMPHIS“, Without Buying a Kindle Many people from all over the world have told me that they want to read my short story, “Meet Me In Memphis” (available on Amazon), but … Continue reading

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2222 LinkedIn Connections: Two Thousand, Two Hundred & Twenty Two!

The PLN: Professional Learning Network [Paperback] My LinkedIn Connections continue to grow exponentially. Since June 21, 62,154 people have joined my professional learning network. That’s absolutely amazingly exponential growth. So let me repeat that number in words. Yes, I know … Continue reading

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#edcampstgo: A Paradigm Shift in Teacher Professional Development

Me: OK, we’ve been telling you about #edcampstgo. A new kind of teacher professional development is what it appears to be. High quality, free, and human. Face to face, interdisciplinary, teachers from all disciplines, all subject areas, converging to talk … Continue reading

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Higher Education Teaching and Learning: Embracing Otherness

Announcement from Higher Education Teaching and Learning Dear HETL members, You will find great links and resources if you follow us on FACEBOOK by going to http://www.facebook.com/HETLPORTAL/ Articles related to education via FACEBOOK in Chronicle of US Higher Education Digest … Continue reading

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Educators Connected Via Social Media: What George Said

Are educators being left behind who are not connected via social media? The answer is a straight forward one: Yes. To paraphrase a comment that I noticed at RSCON3, “One teacher isn’t enough” (my quotation marks). The notion is possibly … Continue reading

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Resonant & Non-Resonant Networks: Facebook VS Linkedin #CCK11

In this post, I am contrasting my two social learning networks. A visual representation of my Linkedin network(s) is above. It was created by using Linkedin maps. http://inmaps.linkedinlabs.com/ Below we have my visual representation of my Facebook network(s). It was … Continue reading

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