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MCSS Social Media

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Eric Langhorst

on 25 February 2011

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Copy of presentation and links available at www.speakingofhistory.com under February 25, 2011 Social Media :
Internet based applications, allows cooperation and exchange of user generated content Free account with limits on uploads, $25 a year for Pro account with unlimited uploads YouTube has more than 2 billion views a day

24 hours of video content is uploaded each minute

more video content is uploaded to YouTube in 60 days than the 3 major networks produced in the past 60 years


Skype allows live video conferencing - free

Currently over 500 million Skype accounts Eric Langhorst
South Valley Jr. High
Liberty, Missouri
speakingofhistory@gmail.com Posts Replies Direct Messages Great article Share a link Ask a question Today in Class Difference between Facebook and Twitter "Facebook is for the people you once knew,
Twitter is for the people you want to know today." Using hashtags allows searches

#historyteacher Who do you follow? similar to finding friends in "real life" do a search for items that interest you and then start to follow them Recent Examples : paper on types of principals research on paper about Finland World War I lessons - ideas different than e-mail, not an expectation to answer Power of connecting classes

Article of the Week with class in Minnesota Build up your Personal Learning Network Contribute and Collaborate "The smartest person in the room, is the room."

- David Weinberger Eric Langhorst

speakingofhistory@gmail.com

www.speakingofhistory.com

Twitter : elanghorst
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