Category: #twitter

Blended Learning Essentials MOOC

Week 1 Activity – comment on video The message was loud and clear for me; the use of digital technology affords greater freedom and flexibility for both teachers and students.  This is exemplified by the  […]

E-Learning presentations from the RHUL Learning At Work Day

Audience response systemshttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=audienceresponsesystems-100512110321-phpapp01&stripped_title=audience-response-systems Twitter in academia; an introductionhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=lawd-twitter-in-academia-100512040137-phpapp01&stripped_title=b-4064309 Social Bookmarkinghttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=lawd-social-bookmarking-100512041646-phpapp02&stripped_title=la-wd-socialbookmarking

Twitter ye now

What is Twitter? Twitter can be described as a hybrid of blogging and SMS messaging, or a severely cut-down version of Facebook. Twitter asks its users – Twitterers – “What are you doing?” and provides […]

Using del.icio.us to capture, organise, share and retrieve web-based resources

Del.icio.us is a free, web-based service allowing users to bookmark sites and, rather than keep them in a particular pc and browser, share them online with friends, colleagues, and people with similar or overlapping interests. […]