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Transparent is the New Black Preso & Workshop

New Literacies That Look FABULOUS On You
Be daring and go transparent!
Straight from the Paris & New York runways it's time to be on trend and change into that digital shift!
Pump up your web presence and stand out from the crowd by being culturally literate, Interweb savvy, cloud computing friendly, and embracing our new transliterate "remix mashup culture." Advocate for your practice and our profession by embracing social media and start strutting your stuff. Having a hip web presence isn't showing off - it's sharing with the community!
Gather round, it’s time to make it work! This workshop will feature hands on time to craft a new web presence style in easy to follow patterns! By the time you leave you’ll have a fully functional wardrobe of ways to style your web presence fashion!

Information & Resources can be found on my blogand below
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(view all the slides on my Flickr)

Blog post: Getting a Head(er) with //Twitter// | The //Daring Librarian//
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Create your own Playlist on MentorMob!

Resources & Credits:
201+ Social Media Links - Don't Hate the Hashtag!
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Cybraryman's Educational Hashtags
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Fashion Show Pics:
A huge thanks to Tug Wilson of the UK for his amazing shots of a fashion show at the Victorian & Albert Museum! See it in action with this amazing video!
Thank you, Tug for making these pictures Creative Commons & I've given you attribution on the bottom right of every slide.
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Free Wikispaces for Teachers

Want your own WIKI?
Get a FREE K-12 Euducation Wiki - includes all the features and benefits that normally cost $50/year - for free.
No fine print, no usage limits, no advertising, no catches.
Try a wiki at your school, build your web presence, and share with your students, teaches & community!
Click > START Your Wiki > then choose
Protected (free)
Everyone can view pages, only wiki members can edit them.

( A private wiki does nothing to help improve your web presence but is
great to use as a "walled garden" workshop with kids - that's a whole diff preso!)

And if you're attending the Baltimore Maryland Common Ground event, these slides are just a part of a pre-event workshopI'm presenting there along with my concurrent session on
Thursday April 19, 2012 9:00am - 9:45am @ 346

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