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Social networking as an interactive e-learning resource

An Action Research Project undertaken by Charles Hine and Rhett Moir within the Centre for Music and Performing Arts. Supported by the Colchester Institute Research and Scholarly Activity Panel

Charles Hine

on 10 August 2011

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Transcript of Social networking as an interactive e-learning resource

YouTube Facebook Wallwisher Twitter PebblePad Social Networking Colchester Institute CMPA Channel

hosts 540 videos

11300 views 'Send SWO to Glasgow'

270 posts

4000 comments Social networking as an interactive e-learning resource Moodle Action Research Research & collaboration Instant
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'Help' videos Resources Centre has 6 facebook groups or sites Hub of all activities the future?? host videos aid assessment processes promote learning through reflection and evaluation provide innovative and exciting teaching life-long learning student centered Flips and Zooms Video editing software Camstudio The Web !!
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