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A collection of uses for Twitter to enhance learning and teaching

A collection of uses for Twitter to enhance learning and teaching

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http://www.scoop.it 269
https://twitter.com 172
http://ashleytan.wordpress.com 105
https://storify.com 16
https://blackboard.gcal.ac.uk 14
http://feedly.com 3
http://www.pearltrees.com 2
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  • Resource building 10. Direct (private) messaging 2. Interactive lectures 3. Quickfire recaps 9. Survey 10 Ways to use Twitter in Teaching 4. Instant feedback 8. Reviews @suebecks 7. Research using the advanced search Sue Beckingham Sheffield Hallam University 5. Reminders 6. Set up a Twitter chat
  • 1. Resource building - tutors AND students can use a course hashtag to share links to relevant resources. These could include websites, news articles, videos, podcasts, images, SlideShare presentations as well as books and journal papers. 2. Interactive lectures - ask students to answer questions during a lecture. Or, get people talking before the lecture or the seminar by raising questions. 3. Quick-fire recap of a lecture - ask students to summarise key points 4. Instant feedback - areas they would like to go over again 5. Reminders of deadlines and events 6. Set up a Twitter chat with an industry expert, client group or professional community 7. Research ideas and opinions using the advanced search 8. Reviews - write a concise micro review of a book, an article, a film or event 9. Survey - set up a poll or an online questionnaire and tweet the link 10. Direct messaging - use DM for private tutorial questions