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Social Media and Social Learning for Learning Professionals

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  1. 1. David Kelly, CPLP, CRP Program Director The eLearning Guild 516 474-1852 LnDDave@gmail.com Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals http://bit.ly/YXsXKm
  2. 2. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What’s your Social Media Usage? 4. I create and share content, spearhead discussions, and teach others 3. I actively use my accounts and connect with others 2. I have accounts, but don’t use them much. 1. Social what?
  3. 3. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Expectations……  What would you like to get out of this session?
  4. 4. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Objectives…  Social Media, Social Learning, and the Convergence of the two  Where does the majority of learning take place?  The most popular social media tools in learning: Facebook, Blogs, LinkedIn, and Twitter
  5. 5. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is Social Media? Image from Wordle.net
  6. 6. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is Social Media?
  7. 7. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is Social Media? When most people think of Social Media, they think of the most commonly used tools.
  8. 8. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is Social Learning?
  9. 9. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is Social Learning?
  10. 10. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is Social Learning? It’s ALL Social Learning Well… MOST of it is anyway.
  11. 11. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Why Use Social Media for Learning? • Collaboration • Reduced Costs • Strengthen Culture • Build Teamwork • Enhances Communication • Knowledge Management • Reduced Costs • Supports Diversity • It’s what the learners want…
  12. 12. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The 70:20:10 Learning Paradigm • 70% of learning & development activity takes place from real-life and on-the-job experiences, tasks and problem-solving. • 20% comes from feedback and from observing and working with role models. • 10% comes from formal training. Princeton Learning Philosophy: http://www.princeton.edu/hr/learning/philosophy/
  13. 13. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals How do Employees Learn? The Traditional Model of Workplace Training FormalTraining FormalTraining FormalTraining FormalTraining FormalTraining FormalTraining HIRED RETIRED Image Concept from Bill Mosher, built upon by Jane Bozarth
  14. 14. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals How do Employees Learn? This is Where the ‘Real’ Learning Takes Place FormalTraining FormalTraining FormalTraining FormalTraining FormalTraining FormalTraining HIRED RETIRED Image Concept from Bill Mosher, built upon by Jane Bozarth
  15. 15. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Current Examples of Social Learning • Mentoring • Role Plays • Teleconferences • Games • Field Trips • Icebreakers • Group Projects • Case Studies • Coaching • Round Robins • Teach-Backs • Discussions • Compare/Contrast • Debrief
  16. 16. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Convergence… Social Media is not new. Social Learning is not new. What is new is the convergence. Social media technologies have advanced to a point that they are no longer a barrier to social learning. They can now be used to support and enhance social learning
  17. 17. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Tools
  18. 18. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is a BLOG?
  19. 19. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Benefits of Blogs? • Free • Easy To Use • Controllable • Trackable • Encourages Reflection • Enables Interaction (via Comments)
  20. 20. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Using Blogs for Learning
  21. 21. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Using Blogs for Learning
  22. 22. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Using Blogs for Learning
  23. 23. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Tools
  24. 24. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is a facebook? Facebook is a social networking service and website launched in February 2004. As of January 2011, Facebook has more than 600 million active users. Users may create a personal profile, add other users as friends, and exchange messages, including automatic notifications when they update their profile. Additionally, users may join common interest user groups, organized by workplace, school or college, or other characteristics. via Wikipedia.org
  25. 25. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Benefits of facebook? • Free, Easy To Use • Flexible • Expansive • Leverages Existing Tool • Enables and Encourages Sharing and Participation
  26. 26. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals facebook Pages for Learning
  27. 27. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals iFrames: facebook Future Learning
  28. 28. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Tools
  29. 29. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is a LinkedIn?
  30. 30. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Benefits of LinkedIn? • Free, Easy To Use • Leverages Existing Tool • Enables and Encourages Sharing and Participation
  31. 31. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Tools
  32. 32. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals What is a Twitter?
  33. 33. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Benefits of Twitter? • Free • Very Quick • Enables and Encourages Sharing and Participation
  34. 34. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Social Media for Trainers – Why? The rules are changing… •10 Years Ago “Leave your cell phones home” •5 Years Ago “Turn off your cell phones” •2 Years Ago “Set your phones to vibrate” •Today “Please step outside if you need to use your phone”
  35. 35. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The rules are changing… •Tomorrow “Yes, you may use your cell phone during the session” This is a huge problem. Social Media for Trainers – Why?
  36. 36. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The rules are changing… •Tomorrow “Yes, you may use your cell phone during the session” This is a huge problem. opportunity. Social Media for Trainers – Why?
  37. 37. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Leveraging Social Media Learners are entering sessions with the ultimate tool for engagement already in their pockets.
  38. 38. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Examples of Social Media in Learning 1. Trainer can receive real-time evaluations (Levels 1, 2, and 3) 2. Learners can easily be engaged before, during, and after a session. 3. Use Social Media to make key learning points stand out. 4. Adds informal learning to formal learning plans. 5. Taking Live Polls from Participants.
  39. 39. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Backchannel “A line of communication created by people in an audience to connect with others inside or outside the room, with or without the knowledge of the speaker…” Cliff Atkinson, The Backchannel
  40. 40. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Backchannel Participants no longer wait until after a session to perform an evaluation. Using Twitter and other Social Media tools, participants interact and provide feedback during and throughout a session.
  41. 41. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals The Backchannel Speakers and facilitators have begun to embrace and encourage the Backchannel as a means of collaboration and feedback during a session.
  42. 42. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Live Chats via Twitter While Twitter is generally used asynchronously, groups have used hashtags and dedicated time slots to create live chats.
  43. 43. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Live Chats via Twitter A popular chat for Learning Professionals is #lrnchat. The 60 minute chat takes place every Thursday at 8:30pm EST.
  44. 44. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Live Chats via Twitter These chats are an excellent way to develop your knowledge, skills, and network. For full details visit: http://lrnchat.com/
  45. 45. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Getting Started… Resources
  46. 46. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Books
  47. 47. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Twitter Users to Consider There are millions of Twitter users. Here are a few in the Learning and Development field to consider following: Quinnovator arossett aaronesilvers eLearningGuild marciamarcia cindyhugg taylorperforman emasie ASTD kenblanchard LearnNuggets jaycross bschlenker GinaSchreck tonybingham lrnchat DevLearn JaneBozarth tomkuhlmann tmiket bobpikectt JIMPACT TheBobPikeGroup
  48. 48. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Blogs to Consider Many Learning Professionals share their knowledge by blogging. Here are a few blogs to consider following: • Cammy Bean’s Learning Visions • Learning in a Social Workplace (Jane Hart) • Life in Perpetual Beta (Harold Jarche) • Misadventures in Learning (David Kelly) • The Rapid Elearning Blog (Tom Kuhlmann)
  49. 49. David Kelly @LnDDavehttp://bit.ly/YXsXKm For additional resources visit Social Media & Social Learning for Learning Professionals Questions??????? Find more resources here http://bit.ly/YXsXKm
  50. 50. David Kelly, CPLP, CRP Program Director The eLearning Guild 516 474-1852 LnDDave@gmail.com http://bit.ly/YXsXKm Thanks!

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