Tuesday, 29 November 2016

FW: Free Teaching and Learning Conversation Webinar: Tuesday 13th December 2016: Using social media for belonging and bonding


Dear Colleagues,

The next in our series of Teaching and Learning Conversations (TLC) on Tuesday 13th December 2016, is with Danielle D'Hayler Associate Professor Interpreting Studies at London Metropolitan University.

Danielle’s TLC  will explore the use of  “social media to enhance belonging and bonding”.  This 60 minute interactive webinar will share a number of case studies that examine some key questions in respect of the use of social media: How do I connect with students and peers using new technologies? What social media should I consider? Isn’t this dangerous or even a waste of time? Don’t we have enough to do already? Does it really work?

Full details of this TLC are available on the TLC website at: http://wp.me/p6HUdF-8o

We really hope that you will join the conversation and help to try to answer these questions together?

If you’d like to start the conversation early on Twitter, follow Diane  @DDhayer and the official TLC hashtag #tlcwebinars

Joining the conversation:

Simply follow this link http://mmu.adobeconnect.com/tlc/ and enter as a guest by typing your name, institution and country into the name field and clicking on the “Join Meeting” button.

Whether or not you have previously participated in a webinar or online activity using Adobe Connect we advise that you make sure that you do some checking and preparation in advance. Check your set-up and connection here.

You may also find our Adobe Connect Webinar Participant Guide useful to print out in advance of the session.We really hope that you will be able to join for what should be a lively and highly interactive TLC.

Best wishes, The TLC Team


Dr W. Rod Cullen

Assistant Head of Learning and Research Technologies (Learning Innovation)


Tel: 0161 247 3356

eMail: r.cullen|@mmu.ac.uk

Skype: wrod.cullen


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