Research Shorts playlist
The Digital Learning and Social Media Research Group
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Research Shorts playlist includes 14 videos: "Research Dissemination, Research Mobilization, and Reaching Broader Audiences", "Student Experiences in Open, Online Learning", "How Do Professors and Students Use Twitter?", "Using Twitter as a Conference Backchannel", "Why do professors, staff, and students disclose challenging personal and professional issues online?", "Who studies MOOCs?", "Digging Deeper Into Learners’ Experiences in MOOCs", "Emergence and Innovation in Digital Learning", "Scholars’ Open and Sharing Practices", "Scholarship on Social Media and the Academic Self", "The Structure & Characteristics of #PhDchat, an emergent Online Social Network", A Systematic Analysis And Synthesis of the Empirical MOOC Literature Published in 2013-2015", "The Life Between Big Data Log Events: Learners’ Strategies to Overcome Challenges in MOOCs", and "Digital Learning Environments".
DescriptionResearch Shorts are short research video summaries by George Veletsianos and The Digital Learning and Social Media Research Group: http://www.thedlrgroup.com/. Research Shorts examine issues relevant to educational technology, digital learning, networked scholarship, and student/faculty experiences with technology and education. The original research is available at http://www.veletsianos.com/publications/ and http://www.thedlrgroup.com/publications.
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Richardson, Kaitlin (2011-06-24)This research addresses the following questions: how do successful professionals cultivate boundary-spanning relationships to develop professional goods; and what lessons can be drawn from their successes? This study uses ...
The Twitter experience : the role of Twitter in the formation and maintenance of personal learning networks Lalonde, Clint (2011-09-01)This qualitative phenomenological study involving in-depth interviews with seven educators in K-12 and higher education examines the role that the microblogging service Twitter plays in the formation and development of ...
Quiring, Jody (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017)This action research study examines the potential for utilizing digital storytelling in a Learning Support teacher role to better support students with Specific Learning Disabilities. Written output can pose a challenge ...