I think this conversation is so important. We can’t let our communities become #linktoilets.
We have a responsibility to start conversation and not promote an agenda. What do you all think?
Originally shared by Ben Rimes
I postulated the other week that most Google+ Communities are nothing more than a #linktoilet where members go to promote themselves and don’t really engage in conversation.
I know this isn’t entirely true, and I’ve got nothing against self-promotion and amassing huge link resources, but what if we used this space to actually generate conversation, discussion, and deeper understandings of education and educational theory? Would that be too much for MACUL’s traditional audience, or just what the organization needs?