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- First experiences of Twitter in education: Newbie perspectives
- Student perspectives on learning through and with Twitter
- Professional learning through and with Twitter
- Twitter as used by primary and secondary teachers
- Twitter in Teacher education contexts
- Twitter in Tertiary Education contexts
- Language learning with Twitter
- Synchronous TweetChats in education
- Theorising Twitter for education
- Literature reviews on Twitter in education
- Comparative studies of Twitter and other social media tools for learning purposes.
More about the Journal:
E-Learning and Digital Media is a peer-reviewed international journal directed towards the study and research of e-learning in its diverse aspects: pedagogical, curricular, sociological, economic, philosophical and political.
This journal explores the ways that different disciplines and alternative approaches can shed light on the study of technically mediated education. Working at the intersection of theoretical psychology, sociology, history, politics and philosophy it poses new questions and offers new answers for research and practice related to digital technologies in education. The change of the title of the journal in 2010 from E-Learningto E-Learning and Digital Media is expressive of this new and emphatically interdisciplinary orientation, and also reflects the fact that technologically-mediated education needs to be located within the political economy and informational ecology of changing mediatic forms.