Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #6

Posted on: December 14, 2012 | By: Sam Parker | Filed under: Tech Tips

Number Six With 126 total pageviews, “Twitter in higher education” by Casey Brown secured number six on our list. The blog post highlights who is using Twitter in higher education as well as how to use it. Read the post. The Countdown As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 …

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Professor Randy Piland uses #Twitter in the classroom

Posted on: October 3, 2012 | By: Sam Parker | Filed under: Instructional Technologies

Elon University classrooms are gaining followers in the Twittersphere. Twitter, the social networking site that promotes free expression in 140 characters or less, has grown in popularity since its 2006 debut. It has evolved from a pure “micro-blogging” platform into a global community. With the introduction of Twitter feed widgets on Moodle, Elon professors are sharing subject-related material …

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UPDATE: Easily add current, course-relevant news to your Moodle courses

Posted on: September 6, 2012 | By: Dan Reis | Filed under: Instructional Technologies, Moodle, Teaching & Learning
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Ideas for using Twitter in higher education are easy to find. One simple way to use Twitter is to embed a widget into your Moodle course. Embedding Twitter into Moodle is an easy way to add current, course-relevant news and opinions to your course.

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