We have sought to remain digitally informed and up to date on those impactful aspects of social media, social networking to the average Joe and Jo Anne since 1997 in the realm of evolving digitally based technology.
My focus for 2013 is to help those families whom recognize the value in designing, building, maintaining and promoting these remarkable google + communities. Configuring diverse elements of multimedia and creating dreams for people is what I have participated on for many years. So much so, that we are referred to as 'The Blog Professor", by many former students in the neighborhood's and schools where I created curriculum and taught innovative blogging tips and techniques to hundreds of citizens, youth and adult. We don't choose to brag at all. My only point is to assure you that, we will have little need to figure how we can teach anyone about many aspects of google or google + technology and other basic or diverse elements in social media, social networking..
In 2011 we collaborated with some of the talented young staff at Chicago google on google's digital literacy outreach to Chicago based non-profits. It was an exciting, remarkable year of breakthru learning. More than one of the Chicago google staff reminded me that I was more knowledgable about google technology in some areas than they were. Again, please do not, pin me as bragging. My primary reason for this introduction is to point out that, we can certainly design and build google + communities. And we can design these communities in many diverse or practical directions. As well advise your family or group on almost every facet of related google or google + plus technology.
I am acutely aware how difficult learning how to traverse gmail and other google technology can be for even, people whom normally pick up things rather quick. I am speaking directly to those busy people whom recognize my intent to share my gift. And they have little intention of trying to reinvent the wheel, when someone can simply point the way!
And that is my main reason for making this long-winded presentation! Thank you very much!