Top Ten Tweets for Thursday

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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!

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Educators worry about using technology effectively without looking like idiots. Students? bit.ly/1D2G54N #dpc2015 @timbuckteeth
@timbuckteeth – thinking of the flipped classroom as flipping roles, not just content. Teacher becomes student. #dpc2015 @tel_st_a
Fantastic use of video example in the presentation by Ben Hartshorn and Simon Stevenson. #dpc2015 t.co/pHbVHTBcsV @ucdoncaster
“Why blogging works in academia” — @Write4Research t.co/gsRWzOpbf3 @StA_Classics
Using Twitter for research. It’s a thing, now. bit.ly/1CqZMbr @DevilleSy
Course approval processes changing to respond to needs of online learning at Glasgow Uni #elesig @vhmdale
No separate elearning strategy @GCU – technology is a
key enabler of the L&T strategy #elesig
@lcreanor
Teaching staff not engaging w/ elearning. We’ve been talking about this since the start of this century. Why is it still an issue? #elesig @tel_st_a
@ClareJK talking about @unilincoln student partnerships – students “buddying” SMT members – two way mentoring #uogapt @tel_st_a
Technology is now “disappearing into use”, and we can focus on the why and how rather than the what and when #uogapt @daveowhite
@nickbknickbk talking about convergence between science and design – publication titles as evidence. #uogapt @tel_st_a

 

Top Ten Tweets for Tuesday

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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!

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“Confessions of an academic on Twitter” – great summary and resources too: bit.ly/1Jj9T2R  #socialmedia #edtech @Researcher_Kate
Facebook, email and TV are dying out as #hashtag becomes children’s word of the year t.co/sNjJMIlacy @Jisc
Academic writing and wikipedia – t.co/Jm3mOxzFeq @sharonflynn
How flipped learning works in (and out of) the classroom | @scoopit via @NikPeachey t.co/sLb98Y6qzy @OzMark17
What’s an open badge really worth? flic.kr/p/sbUcTH
#openbadges #edtech
@tel_st_a
Why technology will never fix education: bit.ly/1FuZT3Q #edtech @hannahwhaley
Average academic article read by about 10 people – start publishing on social media? bit.ly/1IVVTJT @notanna1
Summer of V’s: Visualising movement by Urska Demsar – t.co/Z0YInue5aH @StAndrewsIDIR
 “Student Engagment” – buzzword or fuzzword? bit.ly/1ct8f1
#edtech
@tel_st_a
Report on the possible futures for digital credentials & #openbadges t.co/zmLHIQPNpy #edtech @Benjaroome