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Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) How Tos Hey, where’s Part 3 of the tutorial on putting nonprofits on the web? 03.21.08 | 3356 2 Comments [link] Hey%2C+where%27s+Part+3+of+the+tutorial+on+putting+nonprofits+on+the+web%3F 2008-03-22+03%3A49%3A35 Allan+Benamer I’ve been wondering as well. Google has an incredible amount of help videos and instructional pages for Google Apps but oddly enough very little on how to set it up for yourself.

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And then immediately create instructional materials and trainings for the community. When Maddie Grant at Social Fish invited me to do a FREE webinar over at the 365 Engage Community, I was thrilled to have an opportunity to reflect the practice of incorporating social media into instruction. 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.


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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. However, some webinar platforms have a real-time polling feature, the virtual equivalent of asking people to raise their hands if. Social Instructional Design.

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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. When they are lined up by comfort level, I have been doing a quick poll to see where generations appear along the line. It is important to vary your instructional delivery because the human brain -on average - can only concentrate for 12 minutes.

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Seriously, all you need to do is follow the instructions Google already gave you. You create great content, preferably, evergreen content (infographics, case studies, tutorials) so people can see your expertise and trust you. (We’ll It’s where bloggers can easily poll an audience and get targeted answers since the members of the group know about the topic! This post originally appeared on Leapfroggr.com and was written by Dennis Seymour. It is reprinted here by permission.

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I saw a black board in the corner of the room, wheeled it over and wrote the key words of the presentation and shared my favorite advice about issues of incorporating technology into your instructional practice: "It isn't a matter of if technical glitches will happen, it's what are you going to do when they happen. I could have done some things better with Webinar instructional practice. Thank goddness Beth Raney has this tutorial.

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Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

This tutorial doesn’t cover moving your e-mail over from another e-mail system to Google Apps. If enough people are interested, I can write a tutorial for that as well. Despite the lengthy instructions you’ve followed, you don’t have a Web site yet and I’m going to introduce a new series, “How to create a free Website for your nonprofit.&# I’m working with Google right now to write the necessary instructions for domain verification.