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All I Need to Know about Twitter in Education I Learned in Kindergarten [chapter]

Wolfgang Reinhardt, Steve Wheeler, Martin Ebner
2010 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Live a balanced life -learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some. Take a nap every afternoon.  ...  Banning such tools will not enhance a class but students may continue to use them, often surreptitiously. The same applies to a number of social networking tools, and Twitter is no exception.  ...  These include incorporating Twitter streams into blog pages, or mashing up content using aggregation tools.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-15378-5_31 fatcat:3rewz6tvj5ca5fqyh2bgxm5jyu

IRRODL Volume 12, Number 3; Special Issue: Design and Delivery of Social Networked Learning

Various Authors
2011 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
It does so by reporting on part of a research project conducted in New Zealand on teachers' online professional learning in a university graduate diploma program on ICT education.  ...  and intersections between professional practice and study.  ...  Hansmann, S. (2006) Acknowledgements This work is part of a broader program of study on Learning Design at the Open University (see htpp://ouldi.open.ac.uk).  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v12i3.1113 fatcat:voef3p22arbbtg3yd6lby7ubry

The State of AI Ethics Report (Volume 5) [article]

Abhishek Gupta
2021 arXiv   pre-print
to shape policy measures as they relate to the responsible use of technology.  ...  This report from the Montreal AI Ethics Institute covers the most salient progress in research and reporting over the second quarter of 2021 in the field of AI ethics with a special emphasis on "Environment  ...  Everyone studying tech should be exposed to ethical questions in the classroom.  ... 
arXiv:2108.03929v1 fatcat:rhc6bdeesbaqjlnlu4x5iyesay

Publisher Profile--OCLC/Sustainable Collection Services

2015 Against the Grain  
Case studies, check-lists and key-clause evaluation tools round out a full licensing toolkit.  ...  A test was done to compare MOOCs side by side with traditional classes and also case studies for those without traditional classes.  ...  It can be logical and democratic, a useful tool, but patron selection alone won't achieve the desired ends either. Libraries shape collections and take the best actions to achieve balance.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.7092 fatcat:noi7by6pz5fqpb6tqhqojpmx6e

Where is the Field? The Experience of Migration Viewed through the Prism of Ethnographic Fieldwork

Brigitte Bönisch-Brednich
2013 Folklore  
They also use email and Facebook to keep the online community aware of local happenings.  ...  that Facebook is meant as an online tool to be used for keeping up with already existing connections in the offline world.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0015587x.2013.817214 fatcat:thc4tf5h7jhp7dgecuexv6jnba

Conversation about Monument for Chelsea Manning with Professor Rosalyn Deutsche, New York, June 7, 2018

2019 Arts & International Affairs  
it happened in Argentina, or if they exist in a situation where they have access to governmental support, as has been the case in Venezuela.  ...  , seeking professionalisation and also elements of serendipity; what happened at art school in terms of the experience of learning, what was absorbed, and what was deflected, and what happened afterwards  ...  I wanted to have this conversation with Professor Deutsche for myriad reasons not least because she has been so instrumental in disabusing us of the idea that there is a pre-given or proper meaning of  ... 
doi:10.18278/aia.3.3.4.1.9 fatcat:4dsuiswrkbgkdb5c6kbyziolou

Self-experimentation as a source of new ideas: ten examples about sleep, mood, health, and weight

Seth Roberts
2004 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Self-experimentation lasting months or years seems to be a good way to generate plausible new ideas.  ...  Travel across time zones reduced the effect for a few weeks. (2) Standing 8 hours per day reduced early awakening and made sleep more restorative, even though more standing was associated with less sleep  ...  I conducted a parametric study entailing three tasks (with eyes closed), with online EEG recording: (1) restful wakefulness; (2) mental arithmetic; (3) time estimation.  ... 
pmid:15595236 fatcat:3bpkh23psndvxc7qgkyb4hq5lm

Self-experimentation as a source of new ideas: Ten examples about sleep, mood, health, and weight

Seth Roberts
2004 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Self-experimentation lasting months or years seems to be a good way to generate plausible new ideas.  ...  Travel across time zones reduced the effect for a few weeks. (2) Standing 8 hours per day reduced early awakening and made sleep more restorative, even though more standing was associated with less sleep  ...  I conducted a parametric study entailing three tasks (with eyes closed), with online EEG recording: (1) restful wakefulness; (2) mental arithmetic; (3) time estimation.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x04000068 fatcat:vvdifggtmzhqtaqq7naiixfkyu

A System for Integrating Online Multimedia into College Curriculum

Michael Miller
2011 MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching   unpublished
To foster greater engagement, a way of thinking about multimedia within the context of a coherent online system is introduced.  ...  with digital learning content across the system.  ...  I would also like to thank the students in my classes for the many worthwhile suggestions they gave about conceptualizing multimedia content and working with online applications.  ... 
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Peeragogy Handbook

Joseph Corneli, Charles Jeffrey Danoff, Lisa Snow MacDonald, Charlotte Pierce, Paola Ricuarte, Maha Bali, Mia Zamora
2020
The Peeragogy Handbook is a crowdsourced and collaboratively annotated compendium for any group of people who want to colearn any subject together using the tools and knowledge available online.  ...  Whereas pedagogy deals with the transmission of knowledge from teachers to students, peeragogy is what people use to produce and apply knowledge together.  ...  [see Chapter 28 of the current volume]  8 8 CASE STUDY: SWATSLearning to use technology with peers -the case of Students With Abilities in Technology (SWATs).  ... 
doi:10.17613/adx8-s316 fatcat:pf462eo7qndizcsuxg4bucfmki

Critical Experiential Learning And Rhetorical Interventions In New Media Ecologies CRITICAL EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND RHETORICAL INTERVENTIONS IN NEW MEDIA ECOLOGIES

Jennifer Niester-Mika, Jennifer Niester-Mika
2014 unpublished
happens in a classroom.  ...  A common tool for this type of assembling is the website, Storify, whose tagline reads, "Make the Web tell a story." To use the site, individuals type a topic into a search box, such as "Obamacare."  ...  If you don't have a video editor you prefer to use, I suggest using wevideo.com, which is a cloud-based editor. I have a tutorial for the program here: http://youtu.be/35pnAQnMdgc.  ... 
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NETWORK PROMOTING E-LEARNING FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ICT for inclusive learning: the way forward International Conference ICT for inclusive learning: the way forward CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Editorial co-ordination

Palazzo Riccardi, Italy Florence, Fouli Papageorgiou
unpublished
They make more dynamic all online educational surroundings of global use.  ...  These institutions are placed at the service of the society, offering a much better look of them and being of utility to the society, to the teachers, to the students and to the companies that uses them  ...  ; Providing videos that are directly related to the subject being studied and from there propose activities to the students; Provide a list of Web 2.0 tools that can be used in a classroom context; Provide  ... 
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Doing It Yourself: Special Collections as a Springboard for Personal, Critical Approaches to Information [chapter]

Lucy Mulroney, Patrick Williams
2016
We sought to use special collections as a springboard to create an environment in which students could investigate research questions that connect to their personal lives and interests; engage in various  ...  This chapter documents the collaboration between a curator of special collections, a subject specialist librarian, and a writing instructor to develop a different kind of instructional approach for undergraduate  ...  , not just the strings of words they happen to contain.  ... 
doi:10.17613/m62p6x fatcat:lq3givh7s5hvfliwy5gxw2wzve

Understanding the structure and role of academics' ego-networks on social networking sites

Katherine Lucy Jordan
2017
Academic SNS are regarded as a more formal academic identity, akin to a business card, or used as a personal repository.  ...  This study addressed this question through mixed methods social network analysis. First, an online survey was conducted to gain contextual data and recruit participants (n = 528).  ...  The study will make a theoretical contribution to Internet Studies by enhanced understanding of academic identity development online, and potentially a contribution to academic practice in the form of  ... 
doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000bc83 fatcat:y6riqpuijvawld2mokw7u54d7e

Informal Learning: Flexible Contexts and Diverse Dimensions

Jeremy Dubeau, Kevon Licorish, Tim Scobie
2012 unpublished
Ongoing funding for the project is also being sustained by the work of Sarah Odell and the many volunteers who give their time and energies to ensuring youth of Montreal have access to comprehensive, nonjudgmental  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge several individuals who also envisioned and brought the Sense Project into being, and without whom, none of this exciting work would have been possible  ...  The project illustrates practices that make learning trajectories visible and accessible to learners in which digital media tools make it possible to integrate what has been learned in classrooms with  ... 
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