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My experience of using Twitter as a back channel in delivering a module in New Media for Sport Marketing at Leeds Met.

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  1. 1. Using Social Media to develop Digital Literacy skills Richard Berry @TRBerry #CarnegieSPM
  2. 2. MicroblogCourse hashtag:#CarnegieSPM
  3. 3. Links
  4. 4. Perspectives
  5. 5. Debate
  6. 6. Pinboards
  7. 7. Research
  8. 8. Backchannel
  9. 9. Analytics
  10. 10. Summary Microblogs Links Perspectives Debate Pinboards Research Backchannel Analytics
  11. 11. Peer-based learning• Friendship-driven and • Network diffusion and interest-driven network complexity behaviours (Twitter)• Hanging out • Social distance• Messing around (Linkedin)• Geeking-out
  12. 12. Peer-based learning• Affiliations• Expressions• Circulations• Appropriation• Collective intelligence
  13. 13. ReferencesDavidson, C. and Goldberg, D. (2012) The Future of Learning: Institutions in a Digital Age. MacarthurFoundation Report.Ito, M. et al (2012) Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project.Macarthur Foundation Report.Jenkins, H. (2012) Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century.Macarthur Foundation Occasional Paper.Sacks, M. and Graves, N. (2012) How Many “Friends” Do You Need? Teaching Students How to Network UsingSocial Media. Business Communication Quarterly 75(1) pp.80–88

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