Posts tagged "Twitter"
In support of NTU’s Respect & Consent agenda, this is the second of three blog posts we’ll be publishing this week looking at social media and digital identity.
The process of getting embed code for a number of differing types of Twitter feeds has become simpler, this code can then be used for featuring twitter content in a NOW learning room.
The Twitter hosted URL https://publish.twitter.
Last week I spent a sunny two days at the OER16: Open Culture Conference hosted by the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) at the University of Edinburgh.
Waverley Station & Princes Street, Edinburgh Image by R.
Did you know that Tuesday 9 February 2016 is Safer Internet Day?
What is Safer Internet Day?
Beginning as a European initiative, Safer Internet Day (SID) is now celebrated in more than 100 countries worldwide.
This week we are delighted to welcome Cami Makunganya, a Year 10 student who is spending a week here at NTU on work experience. We challenged him to research and write a guest blog post about Digital Footprints.
A busy start to the academic year has meant that’s it’s been a while since we’ve done a round up of what’s been happening on the blog and in the Digital Practice team.
The digital practice blog has been going for almost six months now (where has the time gone?) and we’re introducing a new feature this month.
How about getting involved in a daily social-learning activity?
It’s happening in Twitter and is a really convenient way to learn and share something new every day in less than 15 mins, and make new connections, too! It’s being run by The Cen
In this series, we’ll give practical examples of how you can use Twitter in your teaching to support learning. We’ll start at the beginning: Getting started with Twitter.