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Can Twitter open up a new space for learning, teaching and thinking? @andymiah http://t.co/XnVYZwfwQX via @guardian
Mapping online residency: getting our bearings to effective online spaces and learning designs by @sheilmcn
Evernote updates Web Clipper for Chrome > more efficient, takes up less space in your browser via @thenextweb #BYOD4L
New LinkedIn post: Using social media in learning, teaching and research
RT @HigherEdgy: @debbiefuco @suebecks Thanks for sharing! Complements a piece we just posted on using Twitter in the classom :)
Should academics adapt their teaching for international students? – 25/7 #HElivechat #highered via @gdnhighered
RT @Larryferlazzo: Teaching Without Connecting is 'Futile': An Ed Wk Interview W/ @AnnetteBreaux & @ToddWhitaker
RT @kshjensen: My thoughts on Liminality part of @catherinecronin Third Space, Third Place, and Liminality
Twitter and blogs are not add-ons to academic research, but a simple reflection of the passion that underpins it.
Welcome to Twitter @DebbyBenner :-) Thought you might find this guide handy
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