Social Media for Scholarship playlist
The Digital Learning and Social Media Research Group
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Social Media for Scholarship includes 12 videos: "How US Colleges & Universities Use Twitter?", "How are hashtags and Twitter used in MOOCs?", "How Do Professors and Students Use Twitter?", "Using Twitter as a Conference Backchannel", "Scholars’ Open and Sharing Practices", "Scholarship on Social Media and the Academic Self", "The Structure & Characteristics of #PhDchat, an emergent Online Social Network", "How Do Canadian Universities Use Twitter?", "Who Provides Support to Women Scholars Following Online Harassment?", "How Do Women Scholars Cope with Harassment Online?", "Why should we study how scholars’ social media use changes over time?", and "Why do professors take breaks from Twitter?".
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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Education scholars’ evolving uses of Twitter as a conference backchannel and social commentary platform Kimmons, Royce; Veletsianos, George (British Journal of Educational Technology, 2016)The scholarly community faces a lack of large-scale research examining how students and professors use social media in authentic contexts and how such use changes over time. This study uses data mining methods to better ...
Veletsianos, George; The Digital Learning and Social Media Research Group (George Veletsianos and The Digital Learning and Social Media Research Group, 2019)Open & Digital Learning Environments playlist includes seven videos: "Student Experiences in Open, Online Learning", "Who studies MOOCs?", "Digging Deeper Into Learners’ Experiences in MOOCs", "Emergence and Innovation in ...
Youth civic engagement through digital mediums : in what ways do social networks sustain youth civic interest, activity and participation? English, Dayton (2012-10-22)Initially digital communication was used primarily as a digital advertisement. Digital communication has matured and serves a valuable role for politicians and governments alike, through such campaigns as Calgary Mayor ...