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Education 2.0

Education 2.0 is a resource for people interested in learning more about social media and view different college classes for free.  If you have any suggestions for this page, please let us know.  We will be adding to it from time to time.


Tips and Resources for Educators

Social Media Classroom: This free, open-source resource allows teachers to teach social media through using it. This is a great tool for those teaching social media. socialmediaclassroom.com

Teaching with Social Media: Elizabeth Losh, a writing director at UC Berkeley, has put together this page of notes about teaching social media that includes statistics, examples, and principles. digitalrhetoric.org/socialmedia.html

Teaching Social Media: This blog is about teaching social media to marketing students, but offers great information on the world of social media that all teachers may find helpful.  teachingsocialmedia.blogspot.com

Opencast Project Open House at UC Berkeley: This 1 hour video presentation discusses using audio and visual media as a tool for learning.  youtube.com/watch?v=4WJez1XjI88

Moodle: Moodle is a free, popular tool among educators who want to create a space for their class to have access to forums, wikis, databases, and much more.  moodle.org


Knowledge 2.0

Fast Forward by Google/Wharton: Tune in to viewpoints from industry and academic thought leaders to acquire inspiring, empowering and actionable insights on the future of marketing.  youtube.com/fastforward


YouTube College LecturesRandy Pausch YouTube

Carnegie Mellon: Watch video lectures from many Carnegie Mellon college classes for free, including time management, global climate change, nanotechnology, and ethics in robotics.  youtube.com/user/carnegiemellonu

Columbia University: Watch video lectures from a few Columbia college classes for free, including politics and a class on Vietnam.  youtube.com/user/columbiauniversity#p/p

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Watch video lectures from many MIT college classes for free, including linear algebra, physics, architecture, media in transition, music and more.  youtube.com/user/MIT#p

Stanford University: Watch video lectures from many Stanford college classes for free, including astrobiology, computer systems, African American history, physics and more.  youtube.com/stanforduniversity

UC Berkely: Watch video lectures from UC Berkely college classes for free, including biology, psychology, insurance, economics, human rights and more.  youtube.com/ucberkeley#p/a

Yale: Watch video lectures from Yale college classes for free, including financial markets, psychology, physics, game theory, ancient Greek and more.  youtube.com/user/YaleCourses

  • Dan Schawbel

    Dan Schawbel, the founder of the Student Branding Blog, is a world renowned personal branding expert, the international bestselling author of Me 2.0, as well as the publisher of the Personal Branding Blog.


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  • Chelsea Rice

    Chelsea Rice is the editor-in-chief of the Student Branding Blog. She began her work for StudentBranding.com just before graduating from Boston University, where she studied journalism and minored in international relations.

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