Apr 15, 2012

How College Professors Are Using Twitter to Re-Engage Their Students
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Education

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In today’s college classrooms the sound of furious note-scribbling has been replaced by clacking on keyboards and tapping on tablets. Thanks to the ubiquity of WiFi on campuses, it’s not just note-taking that’s been given a 21st-century update. Professors and students alike are constantly online, both inside and out of lecture halls around the globe, and rather than this being simply a distraction, the Internet is being put to good use as the incredibly powerful online learning tool it should be.

Twitter, in particular, is fast becoming a staple in the contemporary classroom thanks to creative implementation of the unique 140-character and #hashtag based medium.
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