Managing Social Media

Hootsuite posted this to their blog and made it available on December 29. Managing Your Social Media Profiles While On Holiday I suppose that it could, or should, be posted/reposted during any holiday period as a way to remind folks that there is a great deal of power available in the tools that you use.Continue reading “Managing Social Media”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs

It’s Christmas Week but that didn’t stop the blogging from Ontario Edubloggers.  Here’s some of what I caught this week. ====== What Would You Do? I think that David Fife’s latest post points out the very worst of social media and a disturbing trend.  We all got a giggle with the “United Breaks Guitars” bitContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

My Tweets Do Not Reflect the Views of My Employer

How many times have you looked at a person’s Twitter profile and read this? They may not, but once thrown on your wall, they can stick. Writing on the internet is like writing with permanent marker. It takes the events of this past week to remind us of this. It’s a heck of a wayContinue reading “My Tweets Do Not Reflect the Views of My Employer”

Documenting the #RCAC13

During October and now December, I’ve had the privilege of co-chairing two conferences with two amazing folks – Cyndie Jacobs and Doug Sadler.  Both events were instrumental in bringing together Ontario Educators for an event of learning, sharing, and reflection on practice.  The most recent event was the Western Regional Computer Advisory Committee’s Symposium 2013.Continue reading “Documenting the #RCAC13”

Sharing the News About Nkwiry

Yesterday, I took a look at Brian Aspinall’s newest software release – he calls it nkwiry.  You can read the post here. As I was taking the dog for a walk in the park, I started to think about just how people find out that there’s a new software title on the market. OLD SCHOOLContinue reading “Sharing the News About Nkwiry”