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Today’s guest blog comes from Jack Hadley, CEO of Lava7 and
an adjunct professor at BYU. We frequently hear about educators using Ning in the
classroom, but it’s rare to find out just how effective using a
Ning Network in a school setting is. That’s why it was so exciting
to read a recent post from Jack, explaining how he used a Ning
Network in an advertising class he taught at BYU. Jack’s post not
only included how he used it, but what his students thought of it —
and if they’d recommend it. After reading, we asked him to pen a
similar post for the Ning Blog.
Today’s guest post comes from Manny Hernandez, Network Creator of TuDiabetes and its Spanish language sister site, EsTuDiabates. When Manny recently announced TuDiabetes celebrated its third birthday, we asked him to share some of the lessons he’s learned over the past three years. If you are interested in contributing a guest post on the Ning Blog, let us know in the comment below!
Ed note: Today’s guest post comes from Bruno Leal, the Network Creator of Cafe Historia. A resident of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Leal works as a historian and journalist, and teaches social communication at a university. If you’d like to contribute a guest post, let is know in the comments below!
Ed note: Today’s post comes from Becca Martin, the creator
of Live Here Oak Park, a Ning Network dedicated to the Chicago, Ill
suburb of Oak Park. When she’s not Ninging it up, Becca
enjoys meeting her members around town and discovering new local
businesses and restaurants to write about. If you’d like to write a
guest post, please let us know in the comments below!