posts tagged: digital learning

Dr. Anne Marie Cunningham – Learning about Being Public

This is a #wowwales tribute to Dr. Anne Marie Cunningham, a colleague, mentor and friend. The #wowwales insight series is a collection of blog posts about women across Wales who have mentored, supported and inspired me. Who inspires you? Keep Reading…

Tweeting & the Ivory Tower: Putting the Social Back into Formal Learning Contexts

As an avid tweeter and one who also studies the tweeting practices of others in organizational communications, I was asked recently for advice on how to use Twitter in formal learning contexts in higher education. How to use it during a lecture or classroom setting, and what is it’s value? In this blog post I have shared a few of my thoughts on how I approach social learning coupled with tweeting and some tips from my own experiences on things to consider.   Tweeting as a social learning practice … Learning is a practice. It is something we do — we live it. More often than not we learn with … Keep Reading…

Learning Digital Methods: A Reflection

An archive of selected tweets on the issues raised during DEW2012. (Mainly in English, because my Italian is not to great.) Keep Reading…

Web Use Project Visit 2010

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This blog post is an overview of the research faculty and scholars I met, listened to and discussed differing and also related ideas and approaches to digital media research during my visit to the Web Use Lab, in the School of Communications at Northwestern. Keep Reading…