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Applications for Social Media (FIT CG121)

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Kurt Vega

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Transcript of Applications for Social Media (FIT CG121)

And Finally Main Statement Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Applications for Social Media Master the skills needed to assess the new medium’s potential cognitive and social impact and how to choose an appropriate pattern of personal use.
Be able to setup and use online research, productivity and major social media applications.
Understand the appropriate *netiquette for the major social media applications.
Understand how to increase the amount of information considered without increasing the load on your cognitive abilities.
Gain an understanding of group collaboration process and develop a facility with tools of use.
Understand the major issues involved in online communities, including: professional vs. personal social media, networking, online identity and privacy
Understand how business is using social media Acquisition of a set of skills essential to the creation of success in the twenty-first century. Understanding major trends shaping our institutions and culture. Benefits Lets look at some examples! Fashion Institute of Technology
Computer Graphics Department
GG121 Information Overload
Understanding Exponential Growth
RSS Feeds
RSS Aggregators, NetVibes & Google Reader
Google+, GMail Session 1 Learning Outcomes Professional vs Personal Networking
How our attention and motivation effects
our online behavior
LinkedIn Session 2 Intellectual Property & Mind Mapping
Copyright, Creative Commons,
ReMix & Mashups, Mind Mapping
MindMeister Session 3 Personal Publishing
Twitter, Storify, Scoop.it, Paper.li, Pearltrees Session 4 Search Strategies
Personalization, Private Browsing,
Google Search, WolframAlpha
Personal Curation
Listorious, Google Advanced Search,
Twitter Advanced Search, Twitter Lists Session 5 Evaluating Online Information
Internet Memes & Viral Videos Session 6 Information Overload
Understanding Exponential Growth
RSS Feeds
RSS Aggregators, NetVibes & Google Reader
Google+, GMail Session 3 Establish Strong Personal Use Collaboration and Community http://www.professorbrainonline.com/fit/CG121-1109/main/index.html Twitter hashtag:
#cg121 Meta-Skills Developed (Part1) How to conserve and deploy ones attention online
Develop strategies for finding & organizing online sources of information
Develop strategies for critical evaluation of online information Meta-Skills Developed (Part2) Develop strategies for online group and community collaboration http://prezi.com/z8srr3vxv1ea/copy-of-social-media-experience/ Information Overload
Understanding Exponential Growth
The Networked Information Economy
How our attention and motivation effects our online behavior
Personal vs. Professional Online Identities
Intellectual Property & Copyright
Curation & Curatated Sources
Evaluating Online Information
Personal Privacy Online
Online Identities
Institutions vs. Collaboration
Open Source
Crowdsourcing
How The Major Players Are Shaping Online Business
Social Business
Virtual Currencies
Crowdfunding
Flash Mobs/Smart Mobs
Collective Intelligence & Mass Collaboration Session 1 - 9 Session 10 - 15
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