Interested in Tweeting as an academic but now quite sure where to start? Take a look at #TheSocialAcademic | Twitter for some tips to get you started.
Follow ASCILITE (the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education) for the latest posts from the ASCILITE TELall blog, links to the latest issues of the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET) and details about the next ASCILITE conference and other professional learning opportunities (oh, and a generous sprinkling of cat pictures).
Check out the latest TELall blog post: ‘Where is the field of learning analytics heading? Reflections from the Learning Analytics & Knowledge Conference’#ASCILITE #edtech #edchat #educhat #mlearn #virtualworlds #secondlife #MOOC #elearn #highered #LDhttps://t.co/OFIIjrKlCk pic.twitter.com/py2RRm96I4
— ASCILITE (@ascilite) April 24, 2018
Get the latest blog posts, guides and reports from EduCause, covering a broad range of TEL topics such as immersive technologies (augmented, virtual and mixed realities), learning analytics, adaptive teaching and learning, online and blended learning and so much more.
— EDUCAUSE (@educause) August 16, 2018
ePortfolios Australia (@eportfoliosaust)
ePortfolios Australia offers you links to helpful resources and research around ePortfolios, lets you know about upcoming webinars of interest and will keep you up to date with the 2018 ePortfolio Forum, which is being hosted at Griffith University’s South Bank campus on 9-10 October.
— eportfoliosaustralia (@eportfoliosaust) October 9, 2017
EdSurge HigherEd (@EdSurge)
While this is a US centric account pushing the latest posts from the EdSurge site, it’s a good way to find out more about what’s on the educational technology horizon in terms of trends and tools (think Microsoft, micro-credentials and mixed reality).
— EdSurge HigherEd (@HigherEdSurge) August 10, 2018
Campus Technology (@Campus_Tech)
Campus Technology offers you links to interesting and relevant stories on new technologies and their use in higher education, as well as thought provoking retweets from the Twitter #edtech community.
Working the Online Crowd: Humor and Teaching with Tech – @Campus_Tech https://t.co/uP7AjStGxw
“Around the third day of teaching face-to-face, my students figured me out. They decided to let down their defenses and open up…I see the same thing happening with my online students.”
— Hala W. Esmail (@halawesmail) April 17, 2018