Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-04-11

  • Twitter, Teaching, & Impersonality – http://bit.ly/eWDgur. Sharing some “personal” information with students creates a trusting environment #
  • eLearn: Opinions – Academic Honesty in the Online Environment http://bit.ly/gYQfHk #
  • The Daily Papert http://bit.ly/i2Shy7. Video games can be “…fast-paced, immensely compelling, and rewarding” forms of learning #
  • Professors With Personal Tweets Get High Credibility Marks http://ow.ly/1snR57 #
  • E-portfolios – taking learning out of the shoebox: a reply to Donald Clark http://ow.ly/1snR1D #
  • Don’t Wait for Permission to Innovate http://ow.ly/1snOel. If you don’t ask, they can’t say “no” #
  • IRRODL call for papers on Emergent Learning, Connections, and Design for Learning http://bit.ly/hQJawp #
  • @sarah_blc I think it’s hard to acknowledge non-institutional learning, mainly because our curricula / assessments don’t value it #
  • How To Use An Apostrophe – The Oatmeal http://bit.ly/fCUE8g. Should be required reading for everyone #
  • The Politics of Queering Anything http://ow.ly/1smRO2 #