Here is a selection of our favourite tweets and retweets from the TEL_St_A Twitter feed this week – just in case you missed them!
|My post on sentiment analysis and the UK General Election bit.ly/1dNroMW #GE15||@mia_out|
|“The role of students in pedagogical research projects: Subjects, participants, partners, consultants?” @YSJADD bit.ly/1AE4Wuy||@philvincent|
|Free course content anyone can download and import into their own #Moodle courses
t.co/mExOeb68UE via @moodlenet #edtech #OER
|When professors tweet. US context – conflict between academic freedom, “civility” and provocation.
bit.ly/1IdkEEQ via @AcademeBlog
|Challenges and pressures of reading online, and some strategies (using @Pocket) to manage these:
|Inspirational (?) quotes for our students writing their #thesis @PhDForum @GradElitism
|Great post in response to RIN’s assertion that technology is killing map-reading skills.
|Let’s ban PowerPoint in lectures – it makes students more stupid and professors more boring’
t.co/PkW4HGaMn6 (via @bent_meier)
|@StADoRep PP is just a tool, but not originally designed for teaching and can be used well or badly.
A goodworkman doesn’t blame his tools!
|Good response to this http://bit.ly/1DPhDnH by @samkinsley bit.ly/1zMKpcw||@tel_st_a|
|Five Fables app, based on research by our own Ian Johnson and Chris Jones has won best app at @CelticMediaFest! More: t.co/ObAZblaUtY||@staenglish|