Three Smart Ways Health Educators Are Using Hashtags

Hashtags have changed the way we communicate online. They are extremely useful for spreading news about important initiatives, calling attention to amazing people and stories and forging new relationships. (Wondering what a hashtag is?)

At their root, hashtags are about education. They keep a wide, largely unknown audience informed. Many health educators have realized it's a useful way to expand health promotion efforts.

What Is the Coolest E-learning Video You Have Seen Online?

This is an excellent question that I found while trolling through LinkedIn Answers, but it's not unlike standard brainstorming questions I'm asked every time we launch an e-learning project.

Read the full discussion here, or check out these highlights:

The Machine is Us/ing Us. Very creative and compelling way to tell the story of Web 2.0 through imagery.

10 Ways to Be a Jackass in Online Discussions

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"737","attributes":{"class":"media-image","typeof":"foaf:Image","style":"","width":"375","height":"500","alt":"Donkey del Sol"}}]] Please apply the following rules to discussion boards, comments entries, and Facebook and Twitter postings if you wish to raise collective blood pressure.
  1. Use all caps. I CAN’T BELIEVE HOW MANY PEOPLE DO THIS EVEN THOUGH THEY’VE BEEN WARNED AGAINST IT FOR YEARS.

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