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Using video to communicate with students

Kathryn Greenhill talks about her approach to connecting with her online students by creating personalised introductions and delivering general course information via video.

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Issue 22 – Live@edu a window for staff

The introduction of Live@edu has provided students with an email system that includes an Office Live workspace and a SkyDrive. This newsletter looks at the features of Live@edu and how teaching staff can use it to access their students’ assignments.

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eScholar 2010 – Connecting student cohorts using social media (Twitter)

Tama Leaver taps into popular social media to connect students outside of class. Setting clear communication guidelines around the appropriate use of the technology is important.

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eScholar 2010 – Blogs for student reflection, feedback and overall unit communication

By maintaining a unit coordinator blog M.Molineux was able to address student communication needs and model good blogging practice.

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Issue 12 – Why everyone’s tweeting about Twitter

Twitter is a micro-blogging service that lets you post status updates of your activities, known as ‘tweets’. The nature of twitter is that tweets need to be short and sweet as tweets can only contain 140 characters or less, including spaces and punctuation. Find out how you can incorporate this type of social media within your teaching and learning. This site has comprehensive Twitter instructions and ideas.

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