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Twitter in learning and teaching – literature review : Webducate – innovative e-learning solutions

03 Feb

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As background for a project researching the use of Twitter in the teaching of Physiotherapy students at the University of Nottingham, we wrote a literature review of published research on the use of this social communication platform in teaching and learning.  We would like to thank Roger Kerry (@RogerKerry1) for funding this work and also letting us share this review here. Please feel free to mention any pieces of literature we have missed in the post comments… thanks!

Bodil Hernesvold‘s insight:

Twitter in teaching. Some perspectives and advice. Note: avoid digital fatigue. Allow practise.

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3 Svar til “Twitter in learning and teaching – literature review : Webducate – innovative e-learning solutions

  1. vattkimd

    3. februar 2014 at 20:50

    I must say I’m growing increasingly inclined to create a Twitter account. The reason I have been waiting so long is that I haven’t really had the urge to post statuses publicly on Facebook, and then I haven’t seen the reason for signing on to Twitter. What possibilities do you see for Twitter in teaching?

     
    • hernesvold

      3. februar 2014 at 21:00

      I would definitely create an account in order to make a network of work-related contacs! Inside the classroom – I am not sure yet, but I will try a small version tomorrow, just following some hashtag and filtering information.

       
      • vattkimd

        3. februar 2014 at 21:06

        Thanks for the reply. I feel WordPress has been an eye-opener in those respects. There are so many brilliant posts out there in terms of Digital competence and ESL teaching. So getting connected with Twitter, and perhaps also Linked In, is the next step!

         

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