Using Twitter to Improve Student Learning
With careful pedagogical design, Twitter can be used effectively to help students learn to read more carefully, make concise and supportable claims, and participate more freely in class discussions.
Dude Doesn’t Get Libraries
If you're a librarian, you've probably come across the op-ed by MG Siegler on Techcrunch. It can be interpreted as "outsider baits group and revels in group response." Put in the context of other anti-library pieces, one may discover some patterns.
Can you make a haiku from other people's tweets?
Twitter Poem Experiment
Take three statuses and try to make them something greater than an individual tweet. https://twitter.com/marenplutt/status/388759091910168576 https://twitter.com/daltonwalcott/status/388756269433384960 https://twitter.com/Winter_AllYear/status/388119757712408576
Clintondale High School “Flipped” Out
In "Turning Education Upside Down," Tina Rosenberg writes about how the entire school moved to flipped classes and the outcome it had on student learning.
Understanding and Protecting Student Data
How much is student data worth? Social security numbers seem like high-ticket items, but is the real payoff in demographic data and user behavior?