From policies to proposals
Don’t let the post on social media guidelines put you off using the potential of web 2.0. Here’s a follow up from taking care in Facebook use givinng a few suggestions for using tools such as twitter, youtube and a second one which explores blogging in further depth. Blogging is an acquired skill, and taste even, but is good practice for self-articulation and getting ideas out there/somewhere whether they are read and responded to or not. As the simplest form of e-portfolio, they are much underestimated. These two posts encourage you into the use of ‘basic’ technology – but also check out the links here on augmented reality if you want a glimpse into one of the developments in technology in the future.
I know, I know, you haven’t got the time to learn about or instigate ideas in all these areas. Here are some ‘strategies for managing the online workload‘ if that helps you work out what you want to get help with to deliver this year!