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

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Which One?

At present there are literally dozens of social media tools available. Experience has shown that, over time, products tend to consolidate as a few clear “winners” emerge. The tools I have chosen to cover in-depth in this book are the ones most popular at the time of this writing and the ones that seem most likely to be around for a few years. But they were also chosen for their distinct differences: microblogging (Twitter), blogging, community (Facebook), and collaborative editing (wikis). Other products replicate or combine these functions. Whatever you choose to use—and whatever future products bring—it is critical that you experiment and learn to see technologies for what they really are. Blogging tools, for instance, really ...

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