Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology & Associate Professor at Royal Roads University

Archived talk: Academics’ and Educators’ practices and experiences with social media/networks

Posted on November 16th, by George Veletsianos in emerging technologies, my research, scholarship. 7 comments

On Wednesday, I gave a talk to the Canadian Institute of Distance Education Research focused on scholars’ (researchers and instructors’) practices and experiences with social media/networks on the open web. The feedback from the organizers was positive: “We had about 40 attendees, which is at the high end of our usual crowd, and their activity in the chat was much greater than usual – a very good sign. It was a great session, I’m pleased, and hopefully you enjoyed it as well.”

I had a great time, though I wish we had more time for questions and answers. If you are interested in the topic, the session was recorded and it’s now available for your use/viewing.  The slides I used appear below:

What Do Academics and Educators Do on Social Media and Networks? What Do Their Experiences Tell Us About Identity and the Web? from George Veletsianos