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How Social media offers potential for educators and institutions

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.

From Social Media Club International


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To all of you who have been involved with, touched, inspired or helped by Social Media Club—please read this message because we need your help.

State of Social Media Panel event #SoSM2012


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@TheNetworkHub hosted a full house for our 2nd educational event of 2012.

State of Social Media 2012 Panel Event


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Social Business in 2012: Event Recap


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This guest post by Candie Tanaka (@SocialMediaVCR) originally appeared on candietanaka.com

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