Free Webinar: Sharing Trainer's Social Media Bag of Tricks and Secrets

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

And then immediately create instructional materials and trainings for the community. Later, as I developed workshops and content for strategic technology planning , I became obsessed with learning about technology professional development for nonprofits and designing effective trainings. For almost six years, she has been integrating social media tools and tricks into her instructional practice. How to think like a social instructional designer.

500 Social Media Marketing Tips

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After months of uncertainty, I was laid off from my job as an instructional designer for a global communications company. To accompany the book, I also produce free step-by-step video tutorials covering all kinds of social media marketing methods. This is a guest post from Andrew Macarthy , author of 500 Social Media Marketing Tips.

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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I've been experimenting with integrating social media into instruction for the past five years, so the webinar was a great opportunity to reflect on practice. I covered these three topics: Why: Social media integrated into instruction - Pass or Fail? What: The art of social instructional design. Here's some reflections on the Webinar: Overcoming the Strawberry Jam Problem With Social Design. I think you can design around it. Social Instructional Design.

ArtsLabSF: Reflections About Social Learning With Social Media

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One thing led to another and I designed a social media lab for arts organizations. Participants design and launch a social media experiment that helps them improve their practice and share learning with one another. Here are some reflections on the instructional design: 1. These leaders are then given the meeting agenda (game instructions), keep the group on track, and volunteer to report out. ArtsLab SF View more presentations from Beth Kanter.