posts tagged: Twitter

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…

Silence Swipes the Screen

A poem about public microblogging practices at work with and through Twitter by @drkellypage. Keep Reading…

The power of #personality on #twitter

Twitter Personality

This blog post is the reproduction of a commentary I was asked to write about the use of Twitter in organisational communication for Cardiff News, Cardiff University’s official newsletter. It is about the power of personality and twitter. but with personality also comes responsibility. Keep Reading…