Posted By Eunice Au,
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
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In April of this year, the Pew Research Center reported that "More than half (56%) of teens, ages 13 - 17, go online several times a day, and 12% report once-a-day use."
For the emerging leaders that you know, have they been mentored in how to use social media wisely? Have they been trained in how to use email as an effective communication tool within and beyond chapter? Have you shown them how online communities can be a powerful collaborative tool?
ICC's Learning Academy announces its upcoming video conference-facilitated micro-learning course, Online Basics, designed for students ages 12 and up. It instructs in netiquette, digital citizenship, online collaboration, and email as tool to both inform and facilitate community.
It is an intergenerational course designed for both students and those who mentor them.
Registration opens on January 9th. Look for updates at the ICC website on January 6, 2016.