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TechKNOWLEDGE-y for the Adjunct: Social Media, Students, and You

by Bridgett McGowen-Hawkins, M.A.

Teaching faculty know that social media is no longer just for “liking” photos, updating Facebook timelines, and re-tweeting the latest news from higher education. In her eight-minute podcast “TECH-knowledge-y for the Adjunct: Social Media, Students and You,” Cengage Learning Senior Digital Educator Bridgett McGowen-Hawkins, M.A., discusses how social media tools and automation can help teaching faculty keep students in the know and better engaged. She shares tips on how to work smarter—not harder—to harness the power of social media to create a community of learners and improve student outcomes.

To listen to the podcast: “TechKNOWLEDGE-y for the Adjunct: Social Media, Students, and You” click here.

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