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Category: Social Media

Research Reviews

Internet usage and educational outcomes
Participatory learning through social media
Teen culture and literacy
Twitter for pre-service teacher professional development
How the internet is used
Social media and the online learner
Twitter in education
Online presence
K-12 digital tools
Innovating pedagogy
MOOC directions
Digital technology trends and learning
Collaborative teaching
Trends in teaching ICT
Teens and online privacy
Managing Web 2.0 learning
Future strategy
Teens and social media
Global internet use
Bullying
Digital games
Personalised learning for teachers
Texting
Course engagement online
Online collaboration
Wikis in education
Social media in courses
Trends 2012
Collegiality using Twitter
Produsage


ICT Research

Evolving classrooms: unlocking teachers’ perceptions and how they impact digital literacy practices
Nurturing global collaboration and networked learning in higher education
Participatory learning through social media: How and why social studies educators use Twitter
Opportunity for all? Technology and learning in lower-income families
Students, computers and learning: making the connection
Prospective English language teachers’ experiences in Facebook
Is learning effective with social networks? Let’s investigate
Friend or faculty: social networking sites, dual relationships, and context collapse
Students in higher education: social and academic uses of digital technology
Teen culture, technology and literacy instruction: urban adolescent students’ perspectives
How parents of young children manage digital devices at home
Twitter as a resource to evaluate the university teaching process
Student perspectives of assessment strategies in online courses
If you build it, will they come? An evaluation of Whiteboard, a networked academic profiles project
Linking learning styles and learning on mobile Facebook
Children’s media lives: year 1 findings
Mobile phones in the classroom
Young people and e-safety: the results of the 2015 London Grid for Learning e-safety survey
Social media as a learning community: the good, the bad, and the ugly
How Millennials get news: inside the habits of America’s first digital generation
Effect of faculty member’s use of Twitter as informal professional development
Media Culture 2020: collaborative teaching and blended learning using social media
Educating generation next: Screen media use, digital competencies and tertiary education
CCi digital futures 2014: the Internet in Australia
Net children go mobile - final report
Young Canadians in a wired world, phase III: trends and recommendations
The stereotypical computer scientist
Ethics of teaching with social media
Designing transformative learning environments
Experiences in collaborative learning
Social presence in online learning communities
Student use of technologies for learning–what has changed since 2010?
Innovating pedagogy 2014
Using social media to engage and develop the online learner in self-determined learning
Teaching crowds: learning and social media
Student teachers’ attitude towards Twitter for educational aims
NMC horizon report Europe > 2014 schools edition
First steps towards a university social network on personal learning environments
Social presence in online learning communities: the role of personal profiles
Different spaces: exploring Facebook as heterotopias
Global transition in higher education
The new digital learning playbook
The power of social presence for learning
Learning outside the walls of the classroom: engaging the digital natives
A profile of contributions from Connected Educator Month 2013
Blended learning in design education
The value of non-instrumental computer use
The relationship between university student learning outcomes and participation in social network
Towards a methodology for examining Twitter follower accession
Students’ engagement with Facebook in a university undergraduate policing unit
Surveying digital literacy use and motivation in elementary school students
Net children go mobile - risks and opportunities
Mapping Twitter topic networks: from polarized crowds to community clusters
Facebook levels the playing field: Dyslexic students learning through digital
Keep taking the tablets?
Using the LMS as a social network in a supersized course
African Americans and technology use
Social media for collaborative learning: a review of school literature
Internet Monitor 2013: reflections on the digital world
Why we engage
Evolving technologies require educational policy change: music education for the 21st century
Learning beyond the classroom
Building global learning communities
Zero to eight: children’s media use in America 2013
Research challenges in informal social networked language learning communities
Attitudes toward blended learning and social media use for academic purposes: an exploratory study
Ethical issues in technology enhanced assessment
Using video to improve teaching—and support teachers
Options for addressing the issue of sexting by minors
Teens and mobile apps privacy
Like, post, share: young Australians’ experience of social media
Converged social media
Weapons of mass instruction
A study on the relationship of Facebook and EFL learners’ personality
The impact of digital tools on student writing and how writing is taught in schools
Redesigning professional development
Social media in the media: Australian media perceive social media as political tools
Young Canadians in a wired world, phase III: talking to youth and parents about life online
Experience of developing Twitter-based communities of practice in higher education
Escalating the use of Web 2.0 technology in secondary schools in the United Kingdom
Towards hacker literacies
Young people and Facebook: what are the challenges to adopting a critical engagement?
From chalkboards to tablets: the emergence of the K-12 digital learner
Teens, social edia, and privacy
Technology outlook for community, technical, and junior colleges 2013-2018
Teens, social media, and privacy
Preparing teachers to integrate Web 2.0 in school practice: toward a framework for pedagogy 2.0
Using Blogs: authentic material and ranking quality for SLA
Civic engagement in the Digital Age
The future of learning technology: some tentative predictions
Emerging educational technologies and research directions
Accelerating the adoption of mLearning
Face to Facebook
Young people and sexting in australia: ethics, representation and the law
Online social presence and its correlation with learning
Preparing education for the information society: the need for new knowledge and skills
Social media and higher education
Educational technology and social media in a developing world context
Technology outlook for Australian tertiary education 2013-2018
Connected learning – an agenda for research and design



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