Posts tagged social media
Come join us for our final installment of the Teaching and Learning Through Technology Series for the Fall ’11 semester.
When: December 1st, 2011 at 3pm
Presenter: Scott Pfitzinger, Irwin Library
Using RSS Feeds to Keep Current with Scholarship – So much information is readily available online so the question arises: How can I organize all of the sites I visit and sift through all of the stories and articles? Using an RSS feed through something like Google Reader is one of many solutions that can keep you organized and save you time.
No registration is required.
Using Social Bookmarking to Build Course Resources
Wednesday, November 16, 3-4pm Julianne Miranda, CAT/ Jordan College of Fine Arts
Social Bookmarking is a way of collecting online resources in a single place accessible from any computer, anywhere. As such, it is a powerful tool for aggregating course resources into a single site. Features such as commenting and tagging facilitate engagement in of course content both within and outside the classroom. This session covers the tool Diigo and includes relevant examples from courses across the campus.
Social media can be a great way to communicate to your students and engage them at a whole new level, but these 3 tips should help you integrate it into the classroom.
Butler University Libraries Copyright and Fair Use LibGuide
Butler University has developed a LibGuide that contains information about copyright, how to assess fair use, lists of places to find royalty free resources, and contact information for Brad Matthies, (Butler’s copyright librarian) More >