Twitter ..some useful articles | rowellc

Beckingham, S. (2015). Social media for learning. Retrieved 21/4/17, from Social media for learning: http://ift.tt/1yDusSq

Beckingham, S. (2015a). What is Twitter? Retrieved Dec 12, 2015, from Social Media for Learning: http://ift.tt/2pLDSM0

Budge, K., Lemon, N., & McPherson, M. (2016). Academics who tweet: ‘messy’ identities in academia. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 8 (2).

Carpenter, J., & Krutka, D. (2014). How and why educators use Twitter: A survey of the field. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 46(4)….

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Twitter ..some useful articles | rowellc

Beckingham, S. (2015). Social media for learning. Retrieved 21/4/17, from Social media for learning: http://ift.tt/1yDusSq

Beckingham, S. (2015a). What is Twitter? Retrieved Dec 12, 2015, from Social Media for Learning: http://ift.tt/2pLDSM0

Budge, K., Lemon, N., & McPherson, M. (2016). Academics who tweet: ‘messy’ identities in academia. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 8 (2).

Carpenter, J., & Krutka, D. (2014). How and why educators use Twitter: A survey of the field. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 46(4)….

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Social Media Hack | rowellc

Just signed up for this Social Media Hack:

OPEN CALL: A Future Happens Hack – Social Media Connect:Disconnect Tickets, Fri, 5 May 2017 at 12:00 | Eventbrite

“A changehack is a way of engaging with staff, students and the community. A changehack is about making change happen, coming up with the innovative and workable solutions and ideas. Building on the practices of a hack which seek to collectively solve and ‘nut out’ technology problems, a changehack uses similar principles of time-limited engagements, specific rules of participation and a casual but slightly…

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New MOOC about digital literacies for employability #UptakeICT | rowellc

Just signed up for this MOOC about digital literacies for employability:

May 2nd, 2017 – May 19th, 2017

The course will run for 3 weeks and focuses on key aspects of online engagement:

◾Week 1 – Digital literacies: living, learning and working online

◾Week 2 – Making connections: participating online

◾Week 3 – Digital identity: looking after your digital footprint

 

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Social Media Hack | rowellc

Just signed up for this Social Media Hack:

OPEN CALL: A Future Happens Hack – Social Media Connect:Disconnect Tickets, Fri, 5 May 2017 at 12:00 | Eventbrite

“A changehack is a way of engaging with staff, students and the community. A changehack is about making change happen, coming up with the innovative and workable solutions and ideas. Building on the practices of a hack which seek to collectively solve and ‘nut out’ technology problems, a changehack uses similar principles of time-limited engagements, specific rules of participation and a casual but slightly…

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New MOOC about digital literacies for employability | rowellc

Just signed up for this MOOC about digital literacies for employability:

May 2nd, 2017 – May 19th, 2017

The course will run for 3 weeks and focuses on key aspects of online engagement:

◾Week 1 – Digital literacies: living, learning and working online

◾Week 2 – Making connections: participating online

◾Week 3 – Digital identity: looking after your digital footprint

 

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Book review – Selwyn, Neil 2017. Education and Technology: Key Issues and Debates | rowellc

Selwyn, Neil 2017. Education and Technology: Key Issues and Debates, Second Edition. Bloomsbury

Professor Neil Selwyn is one of the leading academics on technology and education, developing a reputation for high quality and critical work examining exclusion, literacy, policy and rigorous examination of students’ experiences. Based on Selwyn’s research reputation, I was keen to review his latest book on Education and Technology. True to form, this book provides a reflective, challenging and comprehensive overview of core concepts and debates in education and technology. This is definitely a…

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