Nearly 8,000 tweets described the goings-on at the Learning Technologies Conference and Exhibition 2014. Here…
Editor’s note: Kate Graham is managing the Twitter backchannel for the Learning Technologies Conference and in the post explains how to access the Twitter coverage.
Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn #twitter chat on #new year’s resolutions for…
Editor’s note: Twitter’s end of year round-up is worth looking around (there is plenty of it). Great example of how to present data as well as to see what people have been talking about on a global level.
Editor’s note: There is no science behind this list but that doesn’t take away from the fact this is a great list of business practitioners and thinkers. Start following now . . .
Editor’s note: More of a marketing focus here, but if it works for marketing it is probably worth exploring for learning.
Editor’s note: Good to see stats that might challenge perceptions around social media usage. Look at the fastest growing cohort on Twitter, for example.
Here are our curated tweets from the chat2lrn #twitter chat on #design thinking. [View the…
Editor’s note: Twitter is set for a redesign soon. So what’s coming?
Editor’s note: A look at how Twitter is changing as people shift from conversation to broadcast modes.
Here are our curated tweets from the chat2lrn #twitter chat on what inspires L&D. [View…
Editor’s note: Research shows how age and narcissism motivate the choice of social media.
Editor’s note: In the light of threats and more and more trolls, Paul Mason looks at the future of Twitter.
Editor’s note: Research shows the link between TV viewing and Twitter activity – will we take this behaviour into the learning arena?
Editor’s note: Thanks to @janebozarth for sharing this – inspirational ideas for how to use Twitter for teaching and learning.