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@ericstoller #digifest17
Why educators
can’t live without
social media
part 2
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
Wait, so can you
really live without
social media?
#digifest17
Why is social
media important?
#digifest17
Student
engagement
Technology
enhanced learning
career
development
What about social media +
Critical thinking?
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
Building
community
#digifest17
Career
development
#digifest17
#digifest17
“I’d like to add you
to my professional
network on linkedIN
#digifest17
“It blurs the social and professional”– a Twitter user who happens to be an academic
#digifest17
still
#digifest17
#digifest17
Digital
literacy + Capability
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
Don’t fall in love with digital tools
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
Every day,
150 million people
engage with
Instagram Stories
#digifest17
Purrfection leads to stagnation.
#digifest17
#digifest17
What’s next?
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#digifest17
#alldayeveryday
ericstoller.com/work ericstoller@gmail.com
@EricStoller
Thank You!
#digifest17
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Part Deux: why educators can’t live without social media

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In 2017, digital presence and digital literacy matter. Social media provide conduits for critical thinking, lifelong learning, and career development. Can educators live without social media? You’ll have to come to the talk to find out.

As a follow-up to last year’s session, this talk will provide attendees with tangible examples of using social media for teaching, learning, engagement, and enhancing the student experience.

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Part Deux: why educators can’t live without social media

  1. 1. @ericstoller #digifest17 Why educators can’t live without social media part 2
  2. 2. #digifest17
  3. 3. #digifest17
  4. 4. #digifest17
  5. 5. #digifest17
  6. 6. #digifest17 Wait, so can you really live without social media?
  7. 7. #digifest17 Why is social media important?
  8. 8. #digifest17 Student engagement Technology enhanced learning career development
  9. 9. What about social media + Critical thinking? #digifest17
  10. 10. #digifest17
  11. 11. #digifest17
  12. 12. #digifest17
  13. 13. #digifest17
  14. 14. #digifest17
  15. 15. #digifest17 Building community
  16. 16. #digifest17
  17. 17. Career development #digifest17
  18. 18. #digifest17 “I’d like to add you to my professional network on linkedIN
  19. 19. #digifest17
  20. 20. “It blurs the social and professional”– a Twitter user who happens to be an academic #digifest17 still
  21. 21. #digifest17
  22. 22. #digifest17
  23. 23. Digital literacy + Capability #digifest17
  24. 24. #digifest17
  25. 25. #digifest17
  26. 26. Don’t fall in love with digital tools #digifest17
  27. 27. #digifest17
  28. 28. #digifest17
  29. 29. #digifest17
  30. 30. #digifest17
  31. 31. #digifest17
  32. 32. #digifest17
  33. 33. Every day, 150 million people engage with Instagram Stories #digifest17
  34. 34. Purrfection leads to stagnation. #digifest17
  35. 35. #digifest17 What’s next?
  36. 36. #digifest17
  37. 37. #digifest17
  38. 38. #digifest17
  39. 39. #digifest17 #alldayeveryday
  40. 40. ericstoller.com/work ericstoller@gmail.com @EricStoller Thank You! #digifest17

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