My journey to social learning took place in 2015 when we first experimented with Facebook Groups to share adoption stories of cloud technology.
Many groups have been created since then and all host a great hub of #Fintech knowledge and culture using various accounting platforms and strategies.
For me, social learning is a passion to help solve complex problems and interact with small business owners and accounting professionals to make bookkeeping simple.
Social learning is a relatively new concept. To keep it simple, social learning is educating yourself based on the experiences and failures of your peers in an online platform. Typically discussion-based social learning takes place in Facebook groups, but other platforms like LinkedIn are great to share specific content while Twitter is best for brief conversations. YouTube and Vimeo are perfect for at length how-to videos. Instagram is a relatively new challenge but very engaging with short candid videos and images that allow for expression.
Social learning is a connector that enables accounting professionals to communicate in a safe environment
Today, my passion has evolved to spearhead the Fintech Details initiative. A social media enterprise that promotes social learning. Though we still have our globally recognized boutique practice Moore Details Inc, you'll see engaging content through written media, engaging conversations, and how-to videos through our Fintech Details channels on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and our newly launched website.
Speaking of engaging, our friends at Wagepoint have put together a wonderful blog on the top Facebook groups for accounting pros to join. We are very thankful that our little group called The Fintech Details Community is included.
We'd love to have you part of our #techfam in the Fintech Details Community.
To learn more about our journey in building a boutique bookkeeping practice over the last 14 years, and our new Fintech Details initiative, check out our guest appearance on this podcast called 60 Seconds in the Microwave hosted by Will Buckley, Country Manager for Xero Canada.
"Some Girls Like Shoes, I like Fintech with Jennie Moore"
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