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Social Media for Small Businesses

The iSE has facilitated a network for Women in Social Enterprise and it was the 2nd meeting today. What a fantastic group of enthusiastic and vibrant women! I was talking with them about the use of Social Media for small businesses and, although there were a lot of knowledgeable women there, I hope that there was something for everyone.

I hope to meet you all again soon!

100 top tools for learning – 2010

What can you say in 140 characters?

The answer is probably quite a lot!

In a survey of learning professionals around the world Twitter was identified as the number one learning tool for the second year on the run.  Like it or love it – this micro blogging tool has far more uses than we give it credit for.  Yes……. it can be irritating when people

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constantly post useless comments about what time they got out of bed or what debauched things they got up to the night before, but it is a great tool for sharing knowledge, links, insights, photos, deadlines for learning activities and hints and tips to learners.  While lots of tweets are public – they don’t need to be so you can set up groups to include your learners, clients, users or people who are like-minded.

The list of 100 top learning tools can be found here. http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/top100-2010.html

Check it out – there may be some surprises and some interesting finds.

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