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Hashtags & Retweets: Using Twitter to aid Community, Communication and Casual (informal) Learning

by e-learning, learning technology, e-pedagogy at University of Liverpool on Jun 13, 2012

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  • reedp Peter Reed, e-learning, learning technology, e-pedagogy at University of Liverpool @cicronin Hi Catherine, glad you like the slides.
    I think the message re: digital literacies is important. We can't presume all students have all the skills - I think this was evident in that a number of my students were not fluent with Twitter, and some other studies suggest an 'induction' (of sorts) to fully introduce students to @replies, DMs, hastags, etc.
    Whilst I'm not fully up-to-date with all the literature, I try to keep an eye on some of Doug Belshaw's key work on digital literacies.

    Thanks again for showing an interest and I'm sure we'll share more.
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  • reedp Peter Reed, e-learning, learning technology, e-pedagogy at University of Liverpool @BenGuilbaud Hi Ben, only just realised I had comments here. Too many places to check for discussions :-)

    I think Fb results are interesting. I have something under the burner regarding using Facebook with students. Not something I've personally done but rather a colleague. Hoping to collaborate soon and get something out.

    Many of the views on using Facebook in HE suggest students don't want academics involved in that personal space. However, I believe those views are at least 5 years old. Facebook has changed a lot since then, so we may not necessarily have to 'friend' students on Fb, but can create Pages and Groups instead. So the dynamics involved in using Fb have shifted, and as a result, I think attitudes, certainly from students, are beginning to change as well.

    We'll see though. Watch this space :-)
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  • cicronin Catherine Cronin, Lecturer and academic coordinator, online IT programmes, NUI Galway Excellent presentation, Peter. Hear, hear for your message on slide 56! I also teach with Twitter (and Google+), so these results interest me greatly. I look forward to keeping in touch with you and your work. 1 year ago
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  • BenGuilbaud Ben Guilbaud, Senior French Language Tutor at The University of Manchester (UK) Great stuff, Peter! I'm actually rather surprised by results re: Facebook on slide 44 - very interesting!

    Like the 'Apple keynote' theme too ;-)
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