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8 Things You Should Know before Using Social Media in Your Course
Are you planning to use social media in your upcoming online or blended courses? Integrating social media into your teaching practice can be a great way to enhance social learning and improve student engagement, but there are important considerations you should be aware of before you ask your students to complete assignments outside of a learning management system. Learn more in our latest blog post, 8 Things You Should Know before Using Social Media in Your Course.
Ready for a deeper dive? Join us for the Social Media Mastery Series beginning May 3rd if you are interested in strengthening your social media expertise for the online classroom.
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“An excellent, hands-on, practical Mastery class that addresses all of the important issues educators need to know and understand if they are contemplating Social Media use in classes or programs.”
– Ronald G. Hannaford, Ph.D.,
Director of Digital Learning & Program Development, Biola University
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