Monthly Archives: October 2012

Using You Tube in the Clinical Setting

While teaching a clinical rotation the other day a student asked me a question and I responded as I sometimes do –  “look it up!”  It occurred to me that the answer could have been better illustrated with a video … Continue reading

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LMS vs. PLE vs. OLN

I do not feel that I would have ever embraced the idea of a true PLE or the creation of a OLN if I had not taken this course.  Granted, I have used wikis, blogs, You Tube creations as well as other … Continue reading

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If I Only Had the Time…

One thing that I have contemplated learning how to do but never had to the time to persue is to learn how to speak Spanish!  I know this a social networking course, yet could I put a slant on this … Continue reading

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Social Media Policy

My first draft or consideration of a social media policy is really very simple. I will consider Facebook to be of a personal, not professional nature. Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Google + wil be used when considering profession interaction. I … Continue reading

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Recreating “Me”

Well.. after a critical review of my aboutme page I came to the conclusion that it sure did need revision. I started by thinking about what was important pertaining to my professional self and rewrote the text accordingly. I encountered … Continue reading

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