Educators are well aware of the shortcomings of relying on crowd-sourced content for authoritative information, yet the fact that Wikipedia continues to reign supreme as a top match in Turnitin suggests that students don’t see things the same way. In short, what constitutes “research” for students today has come to mean “Googling.”
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To tweet or not to tweet is the question. This is the title of one great short video I shared in the list below. Though the question sounds philosophical but it is purely explanatory and illustrative. I am revisiting the educational potential of Twitter but this time in audio visual format. This is the first time I am sharing a video list of tutorials on how teachers can use Twitter for both professional and academic purposes and I believe that this is a great addition to our Twitter in Education section here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. – See more at: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/02/10-great-video-tutorials-on-using.html#sthash.vvic41fS.dpuf
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Dennis T OConnor‘s insight:
What filters do you use when curating? Here’s a brief list that approximates my process. This post evolved from a Google+ discusison with other Scoop.it curators.
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