Archive for category: Social Media

My syllabus says to use Twitter

My syllabus says to use Twitter

As I am thinking about different ways social media may be implemented in the classroom, one common tool always comes to mind, Twitter. That wonderful blue bird makes me think how its popularity can be a helpful resource in the classroom and for professors. Here is how I imagine Twitter […]

April 1, 2010 0 comments Read More
Man I wish I thought of this sooner!

Man I wish I thought of this sooner!

[blip.tv ?posts_id=3227858&dest=-1]¬†After weeks of waiting the anticipation is finally over, Glass has been released. You’re probably still wondering what the heck it is, but I think I have figured out a way to explain it to you. Glass is sort of like taking a highlighter and scribbling all of over […]

March 3, 2010 2 comments Read More
Being a Campus Catalyst & Glass

Being a Campus Catalyst & Glass

For the past month now, I have been tweeting about a new product called Glass (a collaborative add-on to your web-browser, still in production but will be released soon). As mentioned in my “About” section, I recently acquired an internship with BorderStylo as a campus catalyst helping to get the […]

January 4, 2010 2 comments Read More
Must read social media blogs

Must read social media blogs

The following is a list of blogs for anyone interested in round the clock social media trends. These are a must read, just like the daily newspaper (which I hope you read online now). Trust me they are incredibly informative and a great resource for anyone starting to learn the […]

May 30, 2009 0 comments Read More