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6 Ways Social Media Will Change In 2014

6 Ways Social Media Will Change In 2014
When the clocks flip and 2013 becomes 2014, some things may change. One that probably won’t is that you’ll still be using social media in your classroom. We know that technology and trends are changing all the time, so what will 2014 hold in store for social media? Do any of these signal changes for your classroom? Social media is not an option – it is a must! Related:  Marketing Digitalsocial media

A Quick Guide To Twitter Hashtags For Professional Development Building a presence on social media is a great way to build your PLN. Getting started with Twitter, finding interesting people to follow, and taking in all of the information is step one. Interacting is step 2. You get a hundred times more out of Twitter when you begin to interact with other users. Aside from replying to a Tweet and hoping to spark a conversation from that, how do you get users to interact with you? It’s All In The Hashtag There are a bunch of different ways to optimize, streamline, and compartmentalize your Twitter experience in an attempt to get the most out of it. Hashtags Get You Noticed Hashtags are sort of like tequila. Only about 24% of Tweets contain a hashtagTweets with a hashtag have about 21% higher engagement than those withoutTweets with two or more hashtags have about 17% lower engagementTwitter users on mobile are 181% more likely to be online during their morning commute at 8am – making it prime time for Tweets with hashtags

6 Ways Social Media Will Change In 2014 – Edudemic | Educational Discourse See on – Educational Discourse This is an older post from edudemic but it highlights some of the key discussions that are taking place in education. For each of these, digital citizenship is a key component as everyone, teachers, students, parents and the public are navigating these different paths, sometimes for the very first time. Digital Citizenship is an integral part of helping others to navigate these different paths. Helping people develop these skills is not only important for their online interactions but, as with some of the skills, also developing face-to-face skills that are key in building relationships, solving problems, working with other people, and socializing. For those who don’t use social media, #1 will reign supreme. Kelly Christopherson‘s insight: This is an older post from edudemic but it highlights some of the key discussions that are taking place in education. See on If you enjoyed this article, Get email updates (It’s Free)

Expert-Level Social Media Shortcuts Worth Knowing Keyboard shortcuts are an easy way to save yourself some time and typing if you spend a lot of time click-clacking away at your keyboard like I do. The most common ones are somewhat universal (to many applications, at least). Control + P to print, Control + C to copy, Control + V to paste. Saves a ton of time, especially if you’re editing documents (or blog posts). Did you know that social media platforms all have their own shortcuts to speed up your social media experience? The handy infographic below takes a look at keyboard shortcuts for Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Google +.

The Barriers To Using Social Media In Education (Part 1 of 2) “When you step away from the prepackaged structure of traditional education, you’ll discover that there are many more ways to learn outside school than within.” - Kio Start In this article, we have analysed the impact of social media on the education sector while also empathizing with educators on their resistance to the use of it in the classroom. We will then look at few classic real classroom examples of how teachers, students and administrators are harnessing social media to create a better learning environment and reforming public education. Social Media As A Key Driver of Communication social media is often seen as the key driver of communications and marketing. In 2012-13, The US department of Commerce ranked 55 industry sectors for their IT intensiveness, education ranked lowest (below coal mining). We’re not talking about the number of machines lying in your computer lab or iPads in the classroom. We humans have a whole history of being resistant to change. Why Resistance? Respect

Les chiffres clés du numérique dans le monde We Are Social, une agence web de Singapour, vient de sortir une synthèse sur l’utilisation du numérique dans le monde et plus particulièrement d’Internet, des réseaux sociaux et de l’Internet mobile. L’intérêt de ce document est de proposer une base d’analyse commune pour 24 pays. Au niveau mondial, on compterait plus de 2,4 milliards d’internautes, soit un taux de pénétration de 35 %. Les utilisateurs sur les réseaux sociaux seraient plus de 1,8 milliard (taux de pénétration des réseaux sociaux de 26 %). Le chiffre le plus impressionnant est le téléphone portable qui a un taux de pénétration de 93 % soit plus de 6,5 milliards d’abonnés ! Les pays ayant le taux de pénétration le plus élevé d’Internet sont : Le Royaume-Uni (87 %)Le Canada (86 %)L’Allemagne (84 %)La Corée du Sud (84 %)Et la France (83 %). Chiffres clés pour la France Le document propose une synthèse pays par pays des principaux chiffres clés. En résumé, une synthèse très pratique sur les principaux chiffres clés.

What to look out for before sharing stories from social media Videos and images from eyewitnesses shared on social media are often picked-up by news organisations to illustrate stories, or become a story themselves. But if this user-generated content (UGC) is not what it claims to be, what should news outlets look out for when coming across such videos or photos? Earlier this month, a video appearing to show a Syrian "hero boy" rescuing a girl from gunfire was uploaded to YouTube. It attracted the attention of media organisations including the BBC, where the UGC Hub assessed the video and found it to be too suspicious to share. BBC Trending assess the veracity of the 'Syria Hero Boy video' The video turned out to be a Norwegian film created to raise awareness about the daily reality of children in conflict zones. "In this case, as we now know, the people who made it went to some meticulous lengths to make it as realistic as possible," BBC News social media editor Chris Hamilton told But what seemed strange in the first place?

L'éditeur de texte De quel logiciel vais-je avoir besoin pour créer mon site web ? Vais-je devoir casser ma tirelire pour acheter un logiciel très complexe que je vais mettre des mois à comprendre ? Il existe effectivement de nombreux logiciels dédiés à la création de sites web. Mais, je vous rassure, vous n'aurez pas à débourser un seul centime. Eh oui, accrochez-vous bien parce qu'il suffit de… Bloc-Notes (figure suivante) ! Incroyable mais vrai : on peut tout à fait créer un site web uniquement avec Bloc-Notes, le logiciel d'édition de texte intégré par défaut à Windows. Il y a cependant des logiciels plus puissants aujourd'hui et personne n'utilise vraiment Bloc-Notes. Les WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get - Ce Que Vous Voyez Est Ce Que Vous Obtenez) : ce sont des programmes qui se veulent très faciles d'emploi, ils permettent de créer des sites web sans apprendre de langage particulier. Vous l'aurez compris, je vais vous inviter à utiliser un éditeur de texte dans ce cours. Sous Windows Sous Linux

Social Media Is NOT About Engagement The definition of Engagement in social media marketing is sometimes a bit cloudy. I would describe social media engagement as listening, responding and communicating with your social community. It is being real, ever present and responsive to conversations taking place within your social presence. Engaging involves responding to activities that happen to you, like: 1) comments 2) mentions 3) shares 4) likes Engagement also involves the proactive activities that solicit responses from others, like: 1) Posting relevant, interesting content 2) Liking other peoples content 3) Sharing or Retweeting other peoples content I hear so frequently that social media is about Engaging, or Engagement. “Content isn’t king, results are! Someone recently posted a comment in response to an article I shared. My response was, I disagree. I challenge you to look at content, engagement and other components of your social media management in the proper perspective. For more on this topic, check out an interview

Comment nettoyer une mauvaise eRéputation ? Votre entreprise a eu une mauvaise presse sur plusieurs sites internet ? Vous avez un homonyme un peu trop visible dans les résultats sur Google ? Vous avez sur le Web des casseroles un peu ennuyeuses comme une vidéo ou des images de soirées un peu trop arrosées ? Et donc vous voulez « nettoyer » votre eRéputation afin de faire remonter un nouveau contenu ou “cacher” du contenu existant… Pour cela il existe deux méthodes : Tout d’abord le Curring pour supprimer un contenu existant sur Internet. Cette option est valable si votre marque est attaquée de manière injuste sur Internet ou si vous êtes victime d’une diffamation sur un site internet. La 1er étape est de contacter le site en question et lui demander de supprimer le contenu, ou de modifier le contenu s’il est erroné ou encore de demander un droit de réponse. Il est essentiel de ne surtout pas être menaçant, mais de conserver le dialogue. Pour cela vous vous appuyer sur notre article sur la Diffamation sur Internet. Etape 1 : Le Blog.