Social Networking: Learning Theory in Action

Posted: 08/16/2009

Social networks have changed the way that the world communicates and informs. From blogs and discussion boards to Facebook, LinkedIn and even Twitter, the sharing of information has never evolved at a more rapid pace. The amount of aggregated knowledge amassed through social networks has quickly superseded any formal effort to publish information. The question remains, can social networks change the way we learn and educate? Can these tools be harnessed to include actual learning? What about corporate governance? How can organizations oversee tools that are essentially organic and self-managed? Learn how organizations are using social networks to create learning opportunities and share knowledge globally.

    • Learn how to identify and create appropriate social networking learning opportunities• Expand existing internal social networks to include knmowledge transfer• Enhance current offerings with additional social networking opportunities
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