I have a philosophy, “Don’t reinvent the wheel, find the best resources then link and reference instead.” And I’ve just come across one.
I’m interested in using the backchannel within educational presentations and have written and vlogged about the concept here:
The Microblog Backchannel
The Twitter Experiment – Bringing Twitter to the Classroom at UT Dallas
Backchannel or Badchannel?
Olivia Mitchell has written an excellent resource detailing the use of the backchannel and how to manage it as a presenter. She’s written about it in a post, and I’m including a link to the pdf ebook, “How to present with Twitter (and other backchannels)”.
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It’s reassuring when you chance upon something that affirms what you’ve set out to do. That happened to me today when I came across “
“.Yep, this is part of what I’m doing, identifying the useful stuff for educators, and providing appropriate application with examples. 10 internet technologies that educators should be informed about
Twitter & the backchannel
Etherpad & the whiteboard replacement
Vuvox / Glogster & visual presentation
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