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Casper HulshofCasper Hulshof
Overview
About social media
Social media in education
Uses, challenges
Professional use of social media
‘Netiquette’
How c...
Why me?
Teacher at educational sciences
Long experience with social
networks
Active user (abuser?)
A few questions to get started
What social media do you use?
What social media do you (consciously)
not use?
… why?
Some of the ‘tools’ I use
Youtube
Pinterest
Blogger
Wordpress
Twitter
LinkedIn
Instagram
Last.fm
Spotify
Wikispaces
Google...
“May you live in
interesting times”
Internet growth
http://www.theverge.com/2015/8/27/9217607/facebook-one-billion-daily-active-users
http://www.metronieuws.nl/binnenland/rotterdam/2015/08/metrobestuurder-in-opleiding-weg-na-gaskamertweet
Social media are us
• People Without Facebook Accounts
Are 'Suspicious.‘*
• Consider:
– Anders Breivik used MySpace, not
F...
Going offline is suspicious
Source http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-02/to-nab-traders-prosecutors-hit-ctrl-f...
Dave Eggers - The Circle
So what about education?
Education in the year 2000
(as predicted in 1900)
1982
The internet is social
from the ground up
The internet is social
from the ground up
• BBS
• Usenet
• Mailing lists
• IRC
•...
IRC
ICQ
The web 2.0 years (2004-now?)
• Social media move to the web
• New tools for interaction
(lots of them)
• Social media use...
A definition
Social media is a group of Internet-based
applications that build on the ideological and
technological founda...
So what can you actually do with
social media?
• Publishing media – video, text
• Debate, discussion
• Asking others or ex...
but which ones would you use in
education?
… and how?
Social media: possible benefits
in school
• Diversity of methods
– A giant toolbox
• Breaking down school walls
• Facilita...
Example: Periscope
What is Periscope?
- Live video streaming platform
- Designed to be mobile
- Linked to Twitter (including ‘followers’)
- L...
Short assignment
- Try to think of some uses of Periscope in
education
- Are the things you think of novel?
- Are the thin...
Social media: challenges
• Misuse or abuse of technology
• (lack of) anonimity
• (lack of) social presence
• ‘Juggling mul...
Real example: Twitter in a classroom
• Sharing
• Meaning
• Communication
• Digital literacy (‘mediawijsheid’)
• Informal i...
@startblokgroep6
Discussion: does this work for other
social media as well?
• Think of the tools you’re familiar with
• Are they able to co...
Professional use of social media
Be active (don’t just lurk)
Be interesting (you are)
Be humble (or choose not to be)
Be u...
Do’s and don’ts
Netiquette @uniutrecht
Source: https://intranet.uu.nl/en/netiquette-and-social-media
Discussion topic
Formal or informal?
“Have you ever noticed that in Hollywood blockbuster films, it's not
usually the hand...
How can you use social media
Valorization
Finding participants
Sharing stuff
Specific networks for researchers (e.g.
Resea...
#distractinglysexy
What’s next?
Short (final) assignment
Is social media (part of) the future of
education?
What still needs to be done?
Do you think you ...
Conclusions
Social media are pervasive
A lot of potential in education
Very useful for you and me
Don’t always get too per...
Thank you!Thank you!
Ico guest lecture 2015 'Social media'
Ico guest lecture 2015 'Social media'
Ico guest lecture 2015 'Social media'
Ico guest lecture 2015 'Social media'
Ico guest lecture 2015 'Social media'
Ico guest lecture 2015 'Social media'
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Ico guest lecture 2015 'Social media'

  1. 1. Casper HulshofCasper Hulshof
  2. 2. Overview About social media Social media in education Uses, challenges Professional use of social media ‘Netiquette’ How can you make useful use of it And intermittently: a few discussion points
  3. 3. Why me? Teacher at educational sciences Long experience with social networks Active user (abuser?)
  4. 4. A few questions to get started What social media do you use? What social media do you (consciously) not use? … why?
  5. 5. Some of the ‘tools’ I use Youtube Pinterest Blogger Wordpress Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Last.fm Spotify Wikispaces Google Docs Doodle Dropbox Socrative Facebook Discussion fora Google Plus Tumblr Skype Reddit Email Soundcloud Ello.co
  6. 6. “May you live in interesting times”
  7. 7. Internet growth
  8. 8. http://www.theverge.com/2015/8/27/9217607/facebook-one-billion-daily-active-users
  9. 9. http://www.metronieuws.nl/binnenland/rotterdam/2015/08/metrobestuurder-in-opleiding-weg-na-gaskamertweet
  10. 10. Social media are us • People Without Facebook Accounts Are 'Suspicious.‘* • Consider: – Anders Breivik used MySpace, not Facebook – Aurora movie theater shooter used Adultfriendfinder, not Facebook – … *http://activepolitic.com:82/News/2012-07-25c/Facebook_Abstainers_could_be_labeled_Suspicious.html You have to be social… the correct way
  11. 11. Going offline is suspicious Source http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-02/to-nab-traders-prosecutors-hit-ctrl-f-for- suspicious-acronyms
  12. 12. Dave Eggers - The Circle
  13. 13. So what about education?
  14. 14. Education in the year 2000 (as predicted in 1900)
  15. 15. 1982
  16. 16. The internet is social from the ground up The internet is social from the ground up • BBS • Usenet • Mailing lists • IRC • ICQ
  17. 17. IRC
  18. 18. ICQ
  19. 19. The web 2.0 years (2004-now?) • Social media move to the web • New tools for interaction (lots of them) • Social media use explodes • Less anonymity (ongoing process)
  20. 20. A definition Social media is a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of User Generated Content. Kaplan and Haenlein (2010)
  21. 21. So what can you actually do with social media? • Publishing media – video, text • Debate, discussion • Asking others or experts • Extended and informal communication • Knowledge construction • Logistics (e.g. arranging a meeting) • Crowd sourcing and crowd funding • Games
  22. 22. but which ones would you use in education? … and how?
  23. 23. Social media: possible benefits in school • Diversity of methods – A giant toolbox • Breaking down school walls • Facilitate (co-)creation of materials • Materials can be published for all the world to see • The development process can be made transparent
  24. 24. Example: Periscope
  25. 25. What is Periscope? - Live video streaming platform - Designed to be mobile - Linked to Twitter (including ‘followers’) - Live interaction possible - A lot of potential, but: - No regulations, yet (legal challenges) https://www.periscope.tv/
  26. 26. Short assignment - Try to think of some uses of Periscope in education - Are the things you think of novel? - Are the things you think of (potentially) useful? We’ll discuss them after a few minutes
  27. 27. Social media: challenges • Misuse or abuse of technology • (lack of) anonimity • (lack of) social presence • ‘Juggling multiple social worlds’ • Invisibility of technology… until something breaks!
  28. 28. Real example: Twitter in a classroom • Sharing • Meaning • Communication • Digital literacy (‘mediawijsheid’) • Informal interaction • Research • And it’s fun!
  29. 29. @startblokgroep6
  30. 30. Discussion: does this work for other social media as well? • Think of the tools you’re familiar with • Are they able to connect the classroom to the world? • Do they break down school walls? • Are they as much fun to use in the classroom?
  31. 31. Professional use of social media Be active (don’t just lurk) Be interesting (you are) Be humble (or choose not to be) Be unprofessional (we’ll discuss this in a minute) Be honest (you’re not that anonymous)
  32. 32. Do’s and don’ts
  33. 33. Netiquette @uniutrecht Source: https://intranet.uu.nl/en/netiquette-and-social-media
  34. 34. Discussion topic Formal or informal? “Have you ever noticed that in Hollywood blockbuster films, it's not usually the handsome guy who ends up with the girl, but rather the clumsy, charming one? The same goes for Social Media, and [teachers/schools] would be wise to avoid overly-professional content offerings. Instead, try to blend in with other users and don't be afraid to make mistakes!” Source: Kaplan & Haenlein (2010)
  35. 35. How can you use social media Valorization Finding participants Sharing stuff Specific networks for researchers (e.g. Researchgate) Dissemination Creating awareness
  36. 36. #distractinglysexy
  37. 37. What’s next?
  38. 38. Short (final) assignment Is social media (part of) the future of education? What still needs to be done? Do you think you can or will use social media for your own ‘profit’?
  39. 39. Conclusions Social media are pervasive A lot of potential in education Very useful for you and me Don’t always get too personal, and have fun!
  40. 40. Thank you!Thank you!

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