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Links 1 through 10 of 82 by Vance Stevens tagged facebook

Nicky Hockly presentation on Facebook March 9, 2012 at TACON12

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Exploring the risks and benefits of schools using social media. What are the policies schools can adopt to help ensure safe and responsible use of social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, by students and staff? TES journalist Michael Shaw visits schools and talks with unions and internet safety

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Nicely curated site on elearning resources and theories

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This facebook page is like a crowdsourced blog on educational technology.  All it needs is an RSS feed. Actually it's not crowdsourced, just crowd commented.  All the posts are by FT4Teachers.  Still excellent resource, but seems hard to reach old posts as opposed to a blog. Still for the FB crowd, reaches teachers where they hang out.

Hang on, further exploration, there IS a blog, project of Richard Byrne, http://www.freetech4teachers.com ... so that blog perhaps updates this Facebook page? hmmm (so much to learn; the blog and page go well together, though comments are now distributed ... )

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This is one of the links from the ePIC conference session between London and Australia at this address: http://www.epforum.eu/
Accessible on the Aus side here: http://www.learncentral.org/event/166023

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Google have announced their new Social Network, Google+ ('Plus') which attempts to distance itself from Facebook with a raft of original features. in this video guide we look at those features as well as explaining how they can have an impact on SEO and the way we communicate online

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How Google+ varies from Facebook in each field such as Privacy, Chat service, friends management etc.

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On Facebook I place all my contacts in to Friend lists, (I have about 30 now). These can be broadly categorized by:

Professional
Family & Friends
Social Game players (I own up, I play games, although this, of course is about my research in to the use of games in education … cough cough)
Using the ‘Custom’ privacy settings Facebook allows me to select which list of friends I permit to view all the various areas of information about me, including posting to my wall. So Family see/do everything. Some Professional, for example, do not see photos of my children. Game players see nothing at all.

It does take some effort to set up the groups and privacy settings but once they are done, you don’t have to think about it again. When you ‘Add a new friend’ you just assign the person to one of your lists. As an additional measure I do look at the privacy settings periodically to see if Facebook have changed anything.

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(CNN) -- There's no denying the cultural impact of Facebook. It has united almost 700 million people, including most of you reading this, becoming the greatest social introduction platform the world has ever seen.
But there are also some recent signs of "Facebook fatigue." There is only so much you can do to socialize online, especially after you've exhausted your friend list. Some people also complain they're spending so much time on Facebook that they're short-changing the rest of their lives.
Evidence suggests a small but increasing number of users -- at least in North America, where Facebook use is especially saturated -- may be shunning the site. The site lost more than 7 million active users in the United States and Canada last month, according to data from the blog Inside Facebook, although Facebook disputes those figures.
Others are consciously reducing the time they spend on the site.

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