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Social Media for Trainers: Techniques for Enhancing and Extending Learning by Jane Bozarth

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APPENDIX
Table A.1 is a quick overview of the primary tools covered in this book. Early readers asked for something like a comparison chart, and I offer it with some hesitation. I have tried to show that the tools are largely flexible. The creative trainer can find ways to bend and flex them to meet myriad needs. For instance, it’s true that wikis are good for supporting collaborative discussion, but the other tools can be used for discussion as well. To say that Twitter is good for getting quick, concise responses does not mean that’s all you can use it for, nor does it mean that you can’t receive the same responses with another tool. In choosing tools, consider which will best support your overall strategy and the performance objectives for ...

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