Micro-Blogging How to Use Twitter for Teaching and Learning   Marion R. Gruber "Distance Learning" - Szenarien u...
Characteristics of …
Tweet (140 Characters)
#Socialmedia
Following
Favorites
Follower
RT (Retweet)
Reply (@ELKphil)
@Mention
Lists
TweetDeck Twitterwallr Paper.Li
Connections (Blogger, WordPress, Facebook, LinkedIn, …)
Fail Whale
Educational Usage of … <ul><li>Resources:   C4LPT Sowebedu-Wiki   Sowebedu-Blog </li></ul>
Social Learning
Personal Learning Network (PLN)
Learning Community
Communication
Sharing Links and Resources
Being Up to Date
Problem Solving
Backchannel
Pre-Class
During Class
Post-Class and Between Classes
Feedback and Quizzes   (Questions, Polls)
Micro-Learning (Text, Audio, Video, Quiz, Tweet)
Synchronous Learning with Live Twitter Chats
Collaborative Writing
Scavenger Hunts
Book Clubs
ELK-Blog http://blogs.uzh.ch/elkphilfak/ Sowebedu-Wiki http://sowebedu.wikispaces.com/ Sowebedu-Blog http://sowebedu.wordp...
Hopes Discussion
Concerns Discussion
Contact <ul><li>Mag. Dr. Marion R. Gruber </li></ul><ul><li>E-Learning-Koordination , Philosophische Fakultät, Universität...
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Micro-Blogging - How to Use Twitter for Teaching and Learning

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Initial-Workshops about “Micro-Blogging for Teaching and Learning” at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts on September 6, 2011.

This 30 minutes workshop gave an overview on the microblogging service Twitter and focused on the usage for social learning, the creation of a personal learning network, a learning community, for communication, and sharing links and resources. A discussion about experiences, hopes and concerns closed this session. The participants were interested university members, researchers and teachers.

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  1. 1. Micro-Blogging How to Use Twitter for Teaching and Learning Marion R. Gruber &quot;Distance Learning&quot; - Szenarien und nützliche online Tools für Lehre und Forschung Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts Institute for Communication and Marketing IKM 6th September 2011 23.09.11 Seite
  2. 2. Characteristics of …
  3. 3. Tweet (140 Characters)
  4. 4. #Socialmedia
  5. 5. Following
  6. 6. Favorites
  7. 7. Follower
  8. 8. RT (Retweet)
  9. 9. Reply (@ELKphil)
  10. 10. @Mention
  11. 11. Lists
  12. 12. TweetDeck Twitterwallr Paper.Li
  13. 13. Connections (Blogger, WordPress, Facebook, LinkedIn, …)
  14. 14. Fail Whale
  15. 15. Educational Usage of … <ul><li>Resources: C4LPT Sowebedu-Wiki Sowebedu-Blog </li></ul>
  16. 16. Social Learning
  17. 17. Personal Learning Network (PLN)
  18. 18. Learning Community
  19. 19. Communication
  20. 20. Sharing Links and Resources
  21. 21. Being Up to Date
  22. 22. Problem Solving
  23. 23. Backchannel
  24. 24. Pre-Class
  25. 25. During Class
  26. 26. Post-Class and Between Classes
  27. 27. Feedback and Quizzes (Questions, Polls)
  28. 28. Micro-Learning (Text, Audio, Video, Quiz, Tweet)
  29. 29. Synchronous Learning with Live Twitter Chats
  30. 30. Collaborative Writing
  31. 31. Scavenger Hunts
  32. 32. Book Clubs
  33. 33. ELK-Blog http://blogs.uzh.ch/elkphilfak/ Sowebedu-Wiki http://sowebedu.wikispaces.com/ Sowebedu-Blog http://sowebedu.wordpress.com/
  34. 34. Hopes Discussion
  35. 35. Concerns Discussion
  36. 36. Contact <ul><li>Mag. Dr. Marion R. Gruber </li></ul><ul><li>E-Learning-Koordination , Philosophische Fakultät, Universität Zürich </li></ul><ul><li>Assistant Professor,  Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies (CELSTEC), Open University of the Netherlands </li></ul><ul><li>Mail </li></ul><ul><li>marion.gruber[at]phil.uzh.ch marion.gruber[at]ou.nl </li></ul><ul><li>Social Web </li></ul><ul><li>Twitter (ELKphil, em3rg3), Facebook (Maru Gru), LinkedIn (Marion R. Gruber), Slideshare (em3rg3), flickr (em3rg3) </li></ul>

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