Bent Hall Rm. 101, Queens Campus
Charles Wankel’s lecture discusses how education is changing
from traditional structures into lively networks of social media
sharing and collaboration. Find out how YouTube, Twitter, virtual
worlds such as Second Life, Facebook, LinkedIn, wikis, blogs, and
social annotation are being used to foster learning in universities
and at other levels around the world. His many recent books on
using social media for higher education are listed on his
University homepage. Dr. Wankel also has an Amazon.com Author Page.
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Watch Charles Wankel’s keynote lecture in Vienna on Management
Education in an Epoch of Catastrophes.
Charles Wankel is the author or editor of more than a hundred
books, articles and scholarly presentations. He has been recognized
with a Fulbright Fellowship, with overseas sponsorship by the UNDP
and the Soros Open Society Fund, and with a large grant from Dialog
Information Services for informetrics studies. His Encyclopedia of
Business in Today’s World was recognized as Outstanding Business
Reference Source of 2009 by the American Library Association.
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Date: Thursday, November 10th,
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Bent Hall Room 101, Queens