use social media for knowledge-sharing

December 14, 2012 at 1:48 pm 1 comment

Social media is not only about marketing.

It has a lot to offer to those wanting to learn and collaborate.  Here are 5 ideas of places where you could start using social media for knowledge-sharing.

  1. Join a relevant LinkedIn group and join a discussion.
  2. Follow some interesting people on Twitter and join a conversation.
  3. Join Quora and answer a question.
  4. Bring some serendipity back into your learning through StumbleUpon.
  5. Watch a TED talk.

Learn more

Slides from Butterworths conference, September 2012 “Social Media for Knowledge-Sharing”.

Blog posts from Knowledge4Lawyers relating to social media

Law Society’s Knowledge Management Handbook

Or for personal advice and help, visit TheKnowledgeBusiness

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