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| | HAROLD JARCHE
JUNE 21, 2010 [eLgg, LinkedIn] Introduction to Social Networking
There are several different online social networks, but for our purposes, we’ll focus on the three that tend to be used the most by learning professionals–Facebook, LinkedIn and Ning. LinkedIn is primarily a professional network, designed to facilitate linkages between people who are wanting to connect for work-related purposes.
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| || | TONY KARRER
OCTOBER 17, 2007 [eLgg, LinkedIn] Facebook Platform
also feel like Facebook is a bit creaky and as Thomas Vanderwal's recent post Facebook for Business or LinkedIn Gets More Valuable points out, as you use Facebook more and have more friends, it seems to get harder to use. In fact, LMS, Elgg, Flickr, del.icio.us, Wikis, Blogs, Discussion Groups, Amazon, hmmm, the list gets long quickly.
| | TONY KARRER
MARCH 30, 2007 [eLgg, LinkedIn] Too Many Social Networks?
If you watched the Brandon Hall network fail or have participated in Elgg then it shouldn't really come as much of a surprise that all of the recent Ning networks are going to get a similar reaction as David's. If it's an open system, i.e., can include my blog, my LinkedIn connections, my comments, my bookmarks, etc.,
| | CLARK QUINN
OCTOBER 4, 2008 [eLgg, LinkedIn] Social Networks
discussed part of this in my recent screencasts LinkedIn for Finding Expertise and Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answers. Certainly, the conversations and the finding of expertise via social networks such as LinkedIn is a big part of their use. The first week of our Free - Web 2.0 for Learning Professionals is wrapping up.