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Lisa Chamberlin
Works at Open Course Library project
Attended City University Of Seattle
Lives in Walla Walla, WA
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While this might be useful on a scalable factor, it's missing one obvious point. Student learning goes up because their engagement goes up. Instead of sitting passively listening or, at best, taking notes, they are actively engaged with the concepts and others around them, making meaning. This is social constructivism with analytics. Am I missing something?
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Although I'm posting all my new content here now, I'm keeping my Facebook account open so that I can still read and comment on the Walls of my friends who were "Left Behind" after the Google+ Rapture.
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Jacqueline can I share that on Twitter, it's priceless... Oh wait Twitter is a different social media communication venue
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Does a "public" share auto share to all my circles or do I have to add them too?
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Claim your gplus.to url now so you can use your name or nickname or whatever. Once the unwashed masses get in (lol) that "other" you will claim it otherwise.
Nick Name. Your Google+ ID. Note's Your username; Could be at least 3 characters to at most 25 characters, Should not contain numbers or special characters, You can create a plusnick for individua...
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So can only Android phone users "huddle"? Can't seem to get replies from others...#curios
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Yeah it is only for we enlightened mobile types ;)
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Matt Cutts originally shared:
 
A few Google+ tips:
- You can click on profile pictures to rotate through them. Nice find by +MG Siegler on that one.
- In the stream, you can click 'j' to navigate down to the next item or 'k' to navigate up. I think it's the same keys that Gmail uses, which is probably in turn because +Paul Buchheit uses vi and created Gmail. :)
- If you're sharing a post with a small circle of people, you can prevent resharing. Click the arrow at the top-right of the post and choose "Disable reshare."
- One more: if you're looking for more fun things in your stream, the "Incoming" stream is stuff from people who are sharing with you, but who you haven't added to a circle.

What are your favorite Google+ tips?
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While this might be useful on a scalable factor, it's missing one obvious point. Student learning goes up because their engagement goes up. Instead of sitting passively listening or, at best, taking notes, they are actively engaged with the concepts and others around them, making meaning. This is social constructivism with analytics. Am I missing something?
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Have been asked to recommend a speaker on informal learning (who's employed by org/acad, not consultant or author). Any ideas?
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+Simon Laustsen created this excellent cheat sheet. Thank you.
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'Larry Crowne': Hanks, Roberts can't save it
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Not surprising really. I cannot see the chemistry even though they are personal friends. Maybe that is problem. They are friends, never would be lovers. Then again, it may be the script, editing and acting. :-)
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eLearning, Instructional Design, Social Media
Employment
  • Open Course Library project
    Contract Instructional Design, present
  • University of Wisconsin-Stout
    Profdev Adjunct, 2006 - present
  • Walla Walla Community College
    Adjunct, 2005 - present
  • College Open Textbooks
    Contract ID/Trainer, 2010
  • Washington State University - Tri Cities
    Site Coordinator/Clinical Faculty, 2007 - 2009
  • Misc Public Schools
    Teaching, 1990 - 2005
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Walla Walla, WA
Previously
Chesapeake, VA
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Bringer of excellent tweets about eLearning, social media, and odd happenings of the day @chambo_online
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Co-author of Making the Move to eLearning: Putting your Course Online
Education
  • City University Of Seattle
    M.Ed Curriculum and Instruction - Tech Integration, 1994
  • Central Washington University
    BA in English, 1990
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