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Twittering & Education Symposium.

Twittering & Education Symposium.
Kansas City.
August 11, 2009

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    Microblogging in a first cours on web technologies Microblogging in a first cours on web technologies Presentation Transcript

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    • Edgar Altamirano Carmona
    • Objective: To be able to use web technologies and understand how they can be used
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    • LINKS Podcasts Video Blogs Wikis Virtual Worlds Google Docs
    • Edgar Altamirano Carmona
    • Edgar Altamirano Carmona #uamuag #uamuag1 #uamuag2 #uamuag3 #uamuag4 Hashtags What is a social network in 140 characteres?
    • Edgar Altamirano Carmona Have fun: In Twitter, our students are proposing a song parody to be used as the song of the Course
    • Edgar Altamirano Carmona
    • Edgar Altamirano Carmona Teachers rejection
    • Edgar Altamirano Carmona Erick Schonfeld. Twitter Reaches 44.5 Million People Worldwide In June http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/08/03/twitter-reaches-445-million-people-worldwide-in-june-comscore/ Consulted on August 4, 2009. The Future
    • Edgar Altamirano Carmona Thank you