Sylvianne Lambert-Hutchinson
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Applied Computing Lecturer - loves organic gardening, cooking and geocaching in my spare time

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Using Facebook with my students

Posted on March 1, 2009 at 2:49am 7 Comments

As one of the trailblazers for using new technology at the college - (we prefer this phrase than guinea pig) ;) I started using Facebook to work with my students.

I wanted to get the students to upload the graphics they were designing to a facebook group to then allow the other students to see what wonderful creativity there was. This also allowed links to be shared, discussions to be used and also to invite ex-students now working in the industry in to the group and get them to… Continue

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At 6:52am on March 3, 2009, Peggy Sheehy said…
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At 2:55pm on February 28, 2009, Anne Mirtschin said…
Hi Sylvianne and welcome to classroom2.0 You certainly have a lot to share. I had not heard of huddle until I read your introduction. How does it compare to google docs. (I quickly googled to see what it was). Why do you use it rather than the docs? I was also intrigued with your use of google notes in the classroom. How do you go about using that?Have you written about your experiences with them on blog posts, so that I could look them up? I too, am always looking for new tools to use with the students. I teach accounting and information technology in Australia,
At 2:54pm on February 28, 2009, Daniel Bassill said…
Hi Sylvianne,

I think there are great opportunities for students to learn these concepts as part of internships and service learning programs. This past month I've had interns from Korea and India working with me, via the Illinois Institute of Technology and the University of Michigan School of Information. I encourage you to visit our ning page at to view some of the work they have done.


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