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40. #EDchatDE: Inhalte eines Twitter-Chats

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Was ist eigentlich #EDchatDE?

Es handelt sich um einen Twitter-Chat für Lehrende (Schule, Hochschule, sonstige Erwachsenenbildung), der in Deutsch (überwiegend) und in Englisch durchgeführt wird
Strukturiert wird die Stunde (20-21 Uhr, Dienstag) durch acht Fragen, die im Abstand von einigen Minuten getwittert werden; sie sind gekennzeichnet durch die [...]

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Quoting Twitter in Academic Works [Updated]

[Updated 15 July 2013]

The Purdue OWL’s summary of the MLA style quotation rules now also lists tweets. On their website, they say the following:

A Tweet

MLA posted guidelines on their website for how to cite a tweet on a Works Cited page. Begin with the user’s name (Last Name, First Name) followed by his/her Twitter user name [...]

Inspiration – Motivation – Transformation

During the roughly 25 years of my teaching life, I’ve never thought so much about teaching and what it ought to be like, how it ought to change, and what I myself could – and can – contribute as in the past couple of months. Why? Because of Twitter and embedded videos and streamed discussions [...]

Bildungsraum Internet

Im Zusammenhang mit der Diskussion über eine Veranstaltung des EduCamp 2010 in Hamburg, in der es um das Thema “Das Internet als Bildungsraum” ging, habe ich mir in einem Kommentar in Jean-Pol Martins Weblog Gedanken darüber gemacht, woraus für mich der Bildungsraum Internet besteht. Die dort eingetragenen Beobachtungen (die freundlicherweise auch in Walter Böhmes Blog [...]

Twitter as Scarlet Pimpernel

The current Spectator contains the following article by Toby Young: “Status Anxiety: In Iran, Twitter has been a technological Scarlet Pimpernel”, which begins with an apology:

I would like to take this opportunity to apologise unreservedly to Twitter. Like many of my colleagues, I unfairly characterised it as a vacuous expression of our narcissistic age. In [...]

Iran, Twitter, and how they are connected

Normally, I would have posted the following two items on Twitter, but since it is “down for maintenance”, I’ll put them on the blog here – I hope you don’t mind.
The first one is a TED talk, embedded below, about which the TED site says the following:

While news from Iran streams to the world, Clay [...]