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

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Intersession Work

A Facebook group or page can serve as a spot to continue conversation cut short by class time. If the course is structured around set meeting times, use Facebook to keep learners engaged—and keep the learning going—between gatherings. Utilize approaches that will help learners become more mindful of their own learning, stay on track and in touch with one another, and help to reinforce new learning when the learner is back at the worksite.
• Post links to readings, videos, and slideshows. These can include videos of yourself and other instructors, PowerPoint shows, standalone tutorials, or YouTube videos.
• Post an outline of upcoming topics to think about. Ask learners for reactions, reflections, and ideas for applying information. ...

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