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peppergio said in March 10th, 2010 at 11:54 pm

Nice post, Ev. It was great seeing you earlier this week. Crazy since I got back, or I would have said so sooner! You’re always 10 steps ahead of me but class was AWESOME tonight. My students are going to be publishing a guide to the use of social media in PR (with me as their editor/publisher) and they gave their first presentations tonight. 11 different SM tools…we all learned a lot together. What a RIDE!!

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achmatim said in March 13th, 2010 at 12:05 am

nice presentation. we also can use web 2.0 for learning and teaching. check out my article at http://achmatim.net

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Michael Aulia @CravingTech.com said in April 19th, 2010 at 7:35 pm

Nowadays, every business has their own Twitter or Facebook fan page, even small restaurants or a small ice cream shop, it’s crazy

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nylady said in April 19th, 2010 at 9:43 pm

Agreed, Michael, and thanks for the comment. I’m maintaining three Facebook fan pages and three Twitter feeds for different school districts in NY, among my regular PR responsibilities. It’s been fun, though. Love doing it!

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Jon said in April 2nd, 2011 at 4:47 pm

Interesting article, thank you. I work in another industry altogether, but I find commonality in at least one area of facilitating knowledge: When a client asks me a question, and I don’t know, I’ll answer just that way, i.e. ‘I don’t know, but there are experts that do, I’ll find out, come back and tell you, and then we’ll both know’. Inevitably my follow through captures confidence and loyalty through an honest, open, and ultimately shared knowledge approach. Communication is the key, whether in the classroom or classroom or construction.

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