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Using Social Media in Student Affairs: An Evidence-Based Approach #ACPA14 Slides

Posted by reyjunco on April 3, 2014 in Presentations |

Here are the slides from the talk I gave this past week at the #ACPA14 conference in Indianapolis. The talk is loosely based on a chapter from my upcoming book Engaging Students through Social Media: Evidence Based Practices for Use in Student Affairs Using Social Media in Student Affairs: An Evidence-Based Approach from Rey Junco

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Social Media Research & Practice in Higher Ed #sxswEDU podcast

Posted by reyjunco on June 22, 2012 in Presentations |

Back in March I served on a panel along with Liz Gross, Ed Cabellon, and Greg Heiberger at the #sxswEDU conference. Here are some of the highlights: Greg and I talk about our latest research on using Twitter to support students throughout their first year of college. I summarize my recent research on using Facebook in education. Greg […]

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Web Connected Minds talk outline

Posted by reyjunco on May 6, 2012 in Presentations |

Today I’m giving a talk at the Web Connected Minds Conference about my research on social media, student engagement, and learning. I’ll be talking about my published research on how Facebook use is related to student engagement and student academic performance. I’ll also be talking about some of my published research on improving educational outcomes […]

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#NoFailWhale: Tweet More, Drop Out Less – SxSWi 2012

Posted by reyjunco on August 22, 2011 in Presentations, Research |

Last year, I gave a solo talk at SxSWi where I presented data on how Twitter can be used to improve student engagement and grades. For next year, I’ve proposed a solo talk entitled #NoFailWhale: Tweet More, Drop Out Less. I’ll present brand new data on how Twitter can be used to improve understanding of course content […]

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Meeting them where they are: Social media and student engagement

Posted by reyjunco on February 20, 2011 in Presentations |

Here is the replay of my talk at The University of Florida on social media and student engagement. I present new data on the relationship between time spent on Facebook, Facebook activities, and student engagement.

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NACTA 2010 Conference Keynote

Posted by reyjunco on May 27, 2010 in Presentations |

Welcome 2010 NACTA participants! I’m excited to serve as the keynote speaker for this year’s conference. I wrote this blog post and have invited you to comment on it because I have a short amount of time to engage with you during my keynote address. My goals of this blog post are twofold: To learn […]

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Using Twitter to Support Engagement in the College Classroom

Posted by reyjunco on April 8, 2010 in Presentations, Research |

I gave the following talk at the Berkman Center in December 2009 focusing on the preliminary findings of our Twitter study. You can download the slides here. Abstract Recent research has shown that social media use is correlated with indices of student engagement. While a relationship exists, no research has been conducted to elucidate the […]

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You can use Facebook for that? Research-supported strategies to engage your students presentation slides

Posted by reyjunco on December 14, 2009 in Presentations, Research |

You can use Facebook for that? Research-supported strategies to engage your students. View more presentations from Rey Junco.

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Berkman Center Talk: Twitter in the College Classroom

Posted by reyjunco on December 9, 2009 in Presentations |

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Getting started with Twitter presentation slides

Posted by reyjunco on September 12, 2009 in How-to, Presentations |

This past week, I was at South Dakota State University kicking off our experimental study of the effects of Twitter on student engagement. I taught multiple sections of the first year experience course, GS100, how to use Twitter. Overall, I think the week was very productive and I was able to get a lot of […]

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