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#digitaledu: What we’ve learned, what’s new and what’s on the horizon in social media education

Track this Panel

For the past couple of years, a group of UToronto SCS #digitaledu instructors and students have presented a panel at PodCamp TO on the state of digital education. In 2015, we want to try something different: a lively campfire discussion – where everyone can weigh in – on what’s happening in social media education, what’s working, where it’s falling down, how it’s evolving from a DIY model into something more formalized, whether or not academic institutions can keep up and if there’s a better way to approach it. If you’ve taught social media, conducted a workshop or training session, taken a class or workshop, please join @martinwaxman, @edenspodek, @donnapapacosta, @dibegin, @AlisonGJ and others for a no holds barred conversation.

Key Take Aways

  • Better understanding the ever changing state of digital education.
  • Whether academic institutions are able to keep up - why or why not?
  • If DIY is the best model for social media education or if should it be formalized.
  • What's working in digital and social media education.
  • What ideas there are out there for a better training model.

Q: What are speakers required to bring?

Please bring your laptop and any accessories you’d need to hook it up to an HDMI projector. All rooms at Rogers Communication Centre are equipped with an HDMI projector/television. We will have a couple adapters on hand, but we can’t guarantee one for every presenter.

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