Social media tools are changing the education landscape. These tools tend to fall into two broad categories: those primarily intended for social networking, such as Facebook or Twitter, and those that are designed for sharing user-generated content such as blogs, YouTube, or Flickr. It is the mixture of informality and ease of updating that makes social media approaches so appealing, whether mainstream tools are used, or whether niche or local social media tools are installed or developed.
Hello and welcome to the new SMC London chapter.
Alex, Edward and I are all social media enthusiasts to one extent or another. We're heavily involved within social media in both our everyday lives and our respective professions and as such are very excited about organising some interesting talks, debates and events for SMC London.
We're all getting together over the next week to put a rough plan toghether for the coming months. So if anyone else would like to get involved, make suggestions or just say hello please do not hesitate to get in touch.
We're excited to announce that Social Media Club London is relaunching after a few years of being dormant.
The new leadership team includes Jacob Beckett, Ed Hardy and Alex Ashby. They will be releasing details on their upcoming events soon, stay tuned!
If you would like to volunteer for SMC London or want more information on this chapter, please leave a comment here & we'll respond quickly.