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Nigel Robertson

Want to help prevent online bullying? Comment on Facebook | ideas.ted.com - 0 views

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    Freedom of speech and responsibility. How positive moderation can allow positive voices to flourish and silence trolls.
Nigel Robertson

Untitled - 0 views

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    Twitter to start dealing with trolls.
Nigel Robertson

First Tweet - Who Said It First on Twitter - 0 views

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    search for early tweets
Nigel Robertson

Challenging Thinking: Twitter, student engagement, and feedback - 0 views

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    Just in time, personalised feedback - using Twitter
Nigel Robertson

Plug Us In [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Exploring Information Management - 0 views

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    Useful page on information for research and curation
Nigel Robertson

True Life: Social Onboarding | Yammer Blog - 1 views

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    Useful post about using in-company social networking to build connections and reduce silos.
Nigel Robertson

Who gives a tweet? Evaluating microblog content gives us an insight into what makes a v... - 0 views

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    "Taking first steps in the Twitterverse can be a nerve-wrecking experience with new users unsure what thoughts to tweet to the world. Here, Paul André, Michael Bernstein and Kurt Luther attempt to fill the void and give some insights into what makes interesting and valuable microblog content." Actually doesn't give any real insights about 'academic' content - the first comment makes that point well. Perhaps the full paper is better.
Nigel Robertson

Adelaide's Humboldtian ideal | Opinion | Times Higher Education - 0 views

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    Ambitious plan @UniofAdelaide to replace large lectures with small group teaching, in part enabled by e-learning http://t.co/DozwtBQj01
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    Ambitious plan @UniofAdelaide to replace large lectures with small group teaching, in part enabled by e-learning http://t.co/DozwtBQj01
Nigel Robertson

When Your Twitter Friend Turns Out To Be The Boston Bomber - 0 views

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    Twitter visualisation of the network of the Boston bomber. Interesting comment on harassment, privacy, publicness, etc.
Nigel Robertson

Social media 'engagement': How can it support research uptake? [Part 1] - Research to A... - 0 views

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    "Social media is about conversation. This increasing emphasis on two way communication and conversation has transformed organisational communications and is crucial to effective online knowledge sharing. Communicators using online media use the term 'engagement' to describe the process of moving to a situation where users and producers interact online, discussing and sharing content."
Nigel Robertson

Twitter as a Curation Tool | Langwitches Blog - 0 views

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    Careful construction and selection of tweets moves beyond collecting to curation.
Nigel Robertson

mlaa/tags-viewer · GitHub - 0 views

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    "TAGS Viewer allows users to browse, explore, and search a Twitter archive. As a backend, it requires Martin Hawksey's Twitter Archive Google Spreadsheet (TAGS). TAGS provides a free, non-technical method of archiving tweets for a given hashtag, which can be particularly useful for capturing a conference's backchannel. This application is contained in a single HTML file and has no server dependencies, which makes it easy to host anywhere: just upload a single file (this one!) and you're done. Or, if you don't need to share it with anyone, just double-click the file on your hard drive to open it in your Web browser. Configuration is as simple as supplying a Google Spreadsheet URL"
Nigel Robertson

Twitter in the University Classroom: Live-Tweeting During Lectures « Educatio... - 0 views

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    Description of the use of live tweeting during lectures.
Nigel Robertson

The Truth About Twitter | Krissy Venosdale {Venspired} - 1 views

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    5 little things about Twitter for educators - well myths dispelled. You already know these but could be handy for a PD session.
Nigel Robertson

Twitter has changed the rules of the game - Comment - Voices - The Independent - 0 views

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    Twitter and libel.
Nigel Robertson

Knowledge mobilisation is a social process: Social media can support indivduals and org... - 0 views

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    "Knowledge mobilisation is a social process Efforts to enhance Knowledge mobilisation need to be interactive and focus on the relationships between researchers and decision makers Knowledge mobilisation happens at the level of the individual and is only beginning to emerge at the organization and the system/sectoral level"
Nigel Robertson

How "Our" Technologies Become "Their" Techologies | The New Everyday - 0 views

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    Very interesting article on the use of Twitter to organise in the classroom and the insights to power and hierarchy that this event reveal.
Stephen Harlow

Twitter in a Higher Education Classroom: An Assessment | Journal of Victorian Culture O... - 0 views

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    #Twitter in a #HigherEd Classroom: An(other) Assessment. @AdelineKoh thinks overall, the pros far outweigh the cons (via @MarkSmithers) #yam
Nigel Robertson

Twitter Launches Embeddable Streams of Tweets - 0 views

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    Interesting - although I couldn't get it to work when I tried!
Stephen Bright

Twitter_Guide_Sept_2011.pdf - 0 views

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    Using Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activities
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