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LIU Social Media Conference

This group has been created for discussions related to Social Media.

Website: http://dsl21.weebly.com
Location: Long Island
Members: 37
Latest Activity: May 14, 2013

Social Media

This is a space where we are collecting artifacts and involving in discussions that began during LIU Social Media Conference in July. Please feel free to start any discussions that are of interest to you or join our other groups.

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Universities Explore Media

Started by Michael Keany Jul 26, 2011. 0 Replies

As technology continues to change rapidly, colleges and universities are trying to figure out what these changes mean for education."People need a way to be able to think about and participate in this enormously complex and rapidly changing…Continue

Doubts

Started by Lauren Kelly. Last reply by Jared Bloom, PhD Jul 16, 2011. 4 Replies

Sitting here, I began to get very excited about being more present in the social media scene. I began to fantasize about blogs I can write and having people read them. And then suddenly I remembered the incident back in February when a…Continue

Rhee and Woo Presentation

Started by Lauren Kelly. Last reply by Marianne Klepacki Jul 14, 2011. 10 Replies

This morning's presentation was wonderful and really thought-provoking for me. It made me think about the potential power that I have through social media to spread information and awareness, and how little I utilize this amazing medium. It is true…Continue

Using Voicethread in the Classroom by Lisa Michelle Dabbs

Started by Michael Keany Jul 14, 2011. 0 Replies

Summer PD: New Teacher Boot Camp Week 2 - Using VoiceThreadby Lisa Michelle Dabbs - 7360Week 2: Using Voicethread in the ClassroomWelcome to our second week of New Teacher Boot Camp! Register…Continue

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Comment by Marianne Klepacki on July 14, 2011 at 10:21pm

To coordinate with the post about the nanotechnology symposium and workshop, here are high school and middle school lesson plans related to nanotechnology. Brookhaven National Labs has the National Synchrotron Light Source I and is now building NSLS II, and they will need scientists to work at these facilities. I am a home and careers skills teacher and a career technology educator (CTE).

 

http://www.understandingnano.com/nanotechnology-lesson-plan.html

Comment by Marianne Klepacki on July 14, 2011 at 9:38pm

If you thought learning how to use social media for educational purposes was overwhelming this week, there may be a nanocomputer that could enhance your learning capacity, one day! This is just one example of "human enhancement" in nanotechnology language.

I know it sounds like science fiction but you have already been exposed to nanotechnology and may not know it.

"Use of nanomaterials in food packaging is already a reality. One example is bottles made with nanocomposites that minimize the leakage of carbon dioxide out of the bottle; this increases the shelf life of carbonated beverages without having to use heavier glass bottles or more expensive cans. Another example is food storage bins with silver nanoparticles embedded in the plastic. The silver nanoparticles kill bacteria from any food previously stored in the bins, minimizing harmful bacteria."

http://www.understandingnano.com/column-food.html

To take a peek into the future you may be interested in this symposium and workshop this Monday.

 

Event Description
The Center for Inclusive Education in conjunction with the Nanotechnology Studies Program will host a symposium & workshop on the ethical and societal impact of nanotechnology. Topics to include education and nanoethics; health and environmental impact of nanomaterials; the business of nanotechonogy; and the growing impact of nanotechnology and nanomaterials on society. 

Speakers and panelists to include: Dr. Sara Brenner, Assistant VP for NanoHealth Initiatives (University at Albany), Dr. Ronald Sandler, author Nanotechnology: The Social and Ethical Issues (Northeastern University), Dr. James F. Hainfeld, President, Nanoprobes Inc. and our own Dr. David Ferguson, Chair Technology & Society, and Dr. Stephen G. Post, Director SBU Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care and Bioethics.
Location Information:
West Campus - SAC- Student Activities Center  (View Map)
Nicolls Road 
Main Entrance
Stony Brook, NY 11794
Phone: (631) 632-6000
Room: 302
Contact Information:
Name: Dr. Gary Halada
Email: ghalada@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

 

Comment by Fred McKenna on July 12, 2011 at 9:49am
Here is a post on a site I follow on some topics we have been discussing.
http://bit.ly/l0jCTL
Comment by Marianne Klepacki on July 11, 2011 at 10:30pm
I was taking notes from the PP presentation and the speaker, by typing on a "note" on the laptop, rather than using a pen. There was no folder provided with note paper for this workshop, so that was the logical way to record information. Also, when interesting sites were discussed, I created a folder and bookmarked them for future reference. So not all participants were going off into deeper understandings of new material while the presentation continued. If I want to know more about something, later I can go on YouTube and see if there is a good video that describes "How to use ....."
 

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