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Leveraging Google+ Features to Build Community Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Lucie deLaBruere, Higher Education Adjunct at University of Vermont, GradSchool of Marlboro College St. Michael’s College. www.edtechleaders.org. Webinar Tips.
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Lucie deLaBruere, Higher Education Adjunct at University of Vermont,GradSchool of Marlboro CollegeSt. Michael’s College
Explore Google+ features that support the building of community online
Discuss can these features can be used to create powerful connections in your online learning environment
How often do you view or post to Google+
A. View only occasionally
B. View only regularly
C. View AND post occasionally
D. View AND post regularly
E. None of the above (yet)
For those of you who use it-
describe a way in which you currently use it
Enter your responses in the chat box.
help your students or online community relate to you as a person
Your Stream ~ Start a Hangout ~ Chat ~ Events + More
Click ‘date’ to get permalink
Ethics & Etiquette
Great presentation that helps clarify who can see your G+Post by Bjorn Behrendtl
Effective communities have intentionaldesign and facilitation
Sustainable communities are needs-driven, dynamic and nimble
From EdTech Leaders Webinar – Keys to Keeping Your Online Community AliveTuesday, January 29, 2013
to your Google+ Communities
See previous webinars for more on Facilitation Tips and Tools that provide strategies for keeping online communities alive.
Great users guide on conducting Google Hangouts on Air by Hemant Charyahttp://goo.gl/AaMCP
Share photos, videos, links, and other interesting content publicly from an organization, project, course.
Encourage people to add your page to their circles so your PAGES posts will appear in their stream
Once people add your page to their circles, you can add them back.
Enter your questions in the chat box.
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