What the F**K is Social Media: One Year Later
Not too serious slideshow on social media, with a number of stats on impact. Emphasizes the idea that social media is a conversation, not a broadcast platform for marketing.
Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media: Guest Post by Gaurav Mishra: The 4Cs Social Media Framework
A framework for principles of thinking about social media, aiming to look at the underlying purposes and benefits of the tools without getting caught up in the specific tools or buzzwords.
4Cs of social
media: Content, Collaboration, Community and Collective Intelligence
Collaboration can happen at three levels: conversation, co-creation and collective action
The third C, Community, refers to the idea that social media
facilitates sustained collaboration around a shared idea, over time and
often across space.
The great thing about collective intelligence is that it becomes
easier to extract meaning from a community as the size and strength of
the community grow.
Facebook Applications for Learning – 2009 – ASTD
Applications for sharing presentations, books, quizzes, note-taking, and research. Some of these are more general applications than learning ones (like SocialCalendar & Files), but a number of these apps are new to me.
Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.