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.
College faculty have evolved their use of social media for professional, personal and instructional use, with a decrease in concerns around the value and amount of time spent using social.
A former Mid Michigan Community College adjunct professor who was fired over a Facebook posting thinks the real reason for was union activity. Jason Liptow believes that he was fired.
By Randy Eldridge Ok, I admit it. I'm 42 and I use Facebook. A lot. Maybe even too much. I was never on Myspace or any other social networking site.
By Jenny Ortiz You're on it now, aren't you? Okay, don't admit it. I will: I'm on Twitter. Even though I checked my feed before I started this blog, I.
By Rich Russell In a recent column for The Chronicle of Higher Ed, Rob Jenkins highlights what we need to consider in our zealous pursuit of online education ("the third-rail.