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2014 social media_hetl

  1. 1. SOCIAL MEDIA in higher education Zarina M. Charlesworth & Natalie B. Sarrasin // May 2014 Zarina.charlesworth@heg-arc.ch / natalie.sarrasin@hevs.ch HES-SO, University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Western Switzerland
  2. 2. Innovative Learningscapes Higher Education Teaching and Learning (HETL) conference 2014 Anchorage, Alaska May 31st-June 2nd
  3. 3. Zimmerman (2000) Dabbagh and Kitsantas (2012) Charlesworth and Sarrasin (2014) Phase Stage Level 1 Forethought Personal information management Organization and searching 2 Performance or volitional control Social interaction and collaboration Information exchange 3 Self-reflection Information aggregation and management Co-creation and co- construction of knowledge Table 1: Framework comparison (Charlesworth & Sarrasin, 2014)
  4. 4. Proposed model for social media use in the co-construction of knowledge (Charlesworth and Sarrasin 2014)
  5. 5. Learningscape Based on Selwyn (2011) 1. Learner type –> seeing things differently 2. Learning type –> doing things differently 3. HE provision –> living things differently
  6. 6. 1. Learner type Seeing things differently PERSONAL FACTORS
  7. 7. Figure 2 : Mean student (n=179) response to the question : the use of social media in the classroom allows for…
  8. 8. 2. Learning type Doing things differently BEHAVIORAL FACTORS
  9. 9. Figure 3 : Mean student (n=179) usage rate of social media for communication with students and faculty
  10. 10. Figure 4 : Mean student (n=179) usage rate of social media for year 1 Marketing class
  11. 11. 3. HE provision Living things differently ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
  12. 12. 3. HE provision UAS Western Swizterland : - Class attendance is mandatory - Computer access is allowed during the class - Classrooms are all wifi enabled - Moodle is the official LMS
  13. 13. BANDURA, A. 1986. Social foundations of thought and actions: A social cognitive theory, Englewood Cliffs,New Jersey, Prentice-Hall. CHARLESWORTH, Z.M. & SARRASIN, N.B. (2014) The integration of social media in higher education. Manuscript submitted for publication. DABBAGH, N. & KITSANTAS, A. 2012. Personal learning environments, socialmedia, and self- regulated learning:A natural formula forconnecting formal and informal learning. Internet and Higher Education, 15, 3-8. HUNG, H.-T. & YUEN, S. C.-Y. 2010. Educational use of social networking technology in higher education. Teaching in Higher Education, 15, 703-714 SELWYN, N., 2012. Social media in Higher education. Europa Wold of Learning www.worldoflearning.com. ZIMMERMAN, B. J. 1989. A social cognitive view of self-regulated academic learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 81, 329-339. ZIMMERMAN, B. J. 2000. Attaining self-regulation: A social cognitive perspective. In: BOEKAERTS, M., PINTRICH, P. R. & ZEIDNER, M. (eds.) Handbook of Self-regulation:Theory, research and applications. Orlando, FL: Academic Press.

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