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Student perceptions of microblogging: integrating Twitter with blogging to support learning and interaction

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This article outlines the students’ experience with microblogging and indicates that the software helped to foster information sharing and information exploration. From a design perspective, the author asserts that directly integrating microblogging with traditional blogging with OLC did not result in a system that was “more than the sum of the parts,” although it did result in important insights for future design iterations.


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