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Social Media Sites to Learn From

The web is an amazing resource for education, research and discovery - if you know where (and how) to look. Social media sites can provide a treasure trove of resources that are completely different from what you’ll find in the search engines.



So you thought Facebook was just for baby pictures and vacation shots! Not quite. You can find project management groups or pages devoted to project management there, too:


Google Plus has a lot of great business-related content. Posts are displayed in an easy-to-skim fashion and you can find companies or groups dedicated to your topic of interest.

LinkedIn Groups

LinkedIn is a great resource for everything business - but sometimes it's hard to discover great content on a particular topic. One way to solve this issue is to join relevant groups where people congregate to talk about particular topics or industries.




We all love lists, don’t we? Well, listly has great lists of project management resources, tools, and websites.


Pinterest is a great way to find visual content or even links to other types of content (blog posts, videos, etc.) One of my favorite ways to browse is by searching keywords and looking through boards, which are collections of content on a particular topic.




Quora is a question and answer site where you can discover interesting conversation threads or ask your own questions about project management.




Reddit is a popular social bookmarking site that covers a variety of topics - from the inane to the serious. It’s a mix of resources, reviews, and Q&A.


StumbleUpon is an interesting site that provides a great way to discover project management-related sites online.


Twitter is a constant stream of “tweets” on just about every topic imaginable. Hashtags are special tags that people place in their tweets to help with discovery. If you run a search on the hashtag #projectmanagement, you’ll find people tweeting about it and sharing resources related to project management.


Wikipedia is the famous and oft-quoted online encyclopedia completely created with user-generated content. It’s sometimes hard to figure out exactly what is available to you on Wikipedia. One way to discover new content is to look at categories.




For online videos, YouTube is the undisputed leader. You can find video tutorials, tool reviews, and more.