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I like the idea of using a Facebook group to engage learners -- that isn't something I had previously considered. -- Catherine
Facebook group for team collaboration (now that Kochie is now on FB!) :) ~mg
Use a tool like Twitter to stay connected 'between' events. Intro, Prework, Cont. Convo, Reflection...etc. CFH :D
Creating a blog is quick and easy to do at blogger.com
Ways that collaborating with our learners can also be helpful for us.
Finding a way to get between the "boxes" of training opportunities to create ongoing training, or ongoing conversations related to trainings that have already occurred. LBP
Social media is more robust than I ever imagined. It can have a lot of power, but we need to harness it appropriately. I'm still very overwhelmed with managing and monitoring the variety of outlets that we could use...hope we cover more about management tomorrow. Fabulous training!
I like the idea of using wikis for co-creation of best practices. It could be a good value-add to our trainings.- CP
I think we can use Google Docs when we collaborate on our workshop presentations. Instead of having one person take notes and disseminate them to the group, we can all write our ideas and thoughts on the doc. - Tara P-K
I want to pursue a solution that will let students share information about the career, education or financial goals they have set from themselves -- and then be able to post about their progress to those goals. ~Sara
That at least for work I needed to be on Facebook...to assit with team collaboration!
Shared bookmarking has great potential for us.
Ok you know what I mean!!
Craft Twitter questions to be easily answered in 140 characters or less.