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Planning Interview: “Guiding Social Media at Our Institutions”

Planning Interview with authors of “Guiding Social Media at Our Institutions,” Planning for Higher Education, v41n2 (2013).

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Comment by Jon Mason on February 21, 2013 at 9:38pm

One thing I'm noticing is that "social media" often just means a communications opportunity for the media department & that at best it includes Twitter, FaceBook, LinkedIn, & YouTube.  But what often gets left behind in the discussions on pedagogcial use of  social media is the significant & sustainable infrastructure that is associated with the use of wikis, & in particular, Wikipedia. Why do I think this is important? Because use of wikis in teaching & learning contexts promotes reflective practice in journalism & documentation as well as collaboration. 

Comment by Terry Brown on February 19, 2013 at 4:39pm

Excellent discussion!   Many insights in this interview that are worth sharing and discussing.  I have shared this via Yammer, the connective technology that my organization, the University of Wisconsin System Administration, uses to "integrate" through virtual collaboration.

Comment by Planning for Higher Education on February 16, 2013 at 9:39am

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