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Category: Interactive personal networking

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Social capital from online discussion forums
Online presence
Teens and online privacy
Personalised learning for teachers
Personalising learning
Wikis in education
Social Networking Use
Educational vision
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Personal learning environments
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ICT Research

Massive Open Online Course mentoring for a connected community of practice of language teachers
Is learning effective with social networks? Let’s investigate
Riding the wave of social networking in the context of preservice teacher education
Twitter as a resource to evaluate the university teaching process
Towards a social networks model for online learning & performance
Social capital from online discussion forums
If you build it, will they come? An evaluation of Whiteboard, a networked academic profiles project
Linking learning styles and learning on mobile Facebook
Social presence in online learning communities
Innovating pedagogy 2014
Teaching crowds: learning and social media
First steps towards a university social network on personal learning environments
Social presence in online learning communities: the role of personal profiles
ENTEL: a case study on knowledge networks and the impact of Web 2.0 technologies
The role of interactivity in student satisfaction and persistence in online learning
The problem of learner control in networked personal learning environments
Learner control in personal learning environments: a cross- cultural study
A pedagogy-driven framework for integrating Web 2.0 tools
The power of social presence for learning
Implementing tasks with interactive technologies in classroom CALL
A profile of contributions from Connected Educator Month 2013
The Internet of things will thrive by 2025
The Internet in face-to-face higher education: can interactive learning improve academic achievement
How and what do academics learn through their personal networks
Workplace learning in informal networks
Mapping Twitter topic networks: from polarized crowds to community clusters
Changing pedagogy for modern learners – lessons from an educator’s journey of self-reflection
On the shoulders of giants
On the shoulders of giants
Using the LMS as a social network in a supersized course
Reviewing the trajectories of e-learning
Why we engage
Photo and video sharing grow online
Research challenges in informal social networked language learning communities
Exploring individual, social and organisational effects on Web 2.0-based workplace learning
Hashtags and retweets: using Twitter to aid community, communication and casual (informal) learning
Innovating pedagogy 2013
Options for addressing the issue of sexting by minors
Weapons of mass instruction
Using action research to investigate social networking technologies
Evaluation of the OLDS MOOC curriculum design course
Sustaining teacher control in a blog-based personal learning environment
Experience of developing Twitter-based communities of practice in higher education
Young people and Facebook: what are the challenges to adopting a critical engagement?
Civic engagement in the Digital Age
Technology outlook for Australian tertiary education 2013-2018
Teaching teachers for the future: modelling and exploring immersive personal learning networks
Cisco connected world technology report
Kids Online: A new research agenda for understanding social networking forums
Beyond the school’s boundaries: PoliCultura, a large-scale digital storytelling initiative
Coming and going on Facebook
Neither digital or open. Just researchers
Teacher networks - today’s and tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities for the teaching profession
Technology outlook for Brazilian primary and secondary education
Social networks and performance in distributed learning communities
Professional learning networks designed for teacher learning
Sharing and collaborating between an online community of novice teachers
The ‘Facebook’ effect
Facilitating anywhere, anytime learning
Technology outlook STEM+ education 2012-2017
Students’ perceptions of using Facebook as an interactive learning resource at university
Starting online
Odyssey of the mind
Social media, social life
User–generated online content 2: policy implications
User–generated online content 1
Personalizing the classroom experience
The future of gamification
Understanding personal learning networks
Online social networking skills: the social affordances approach to digital inequality
Collaboration creation
Constructive disruptions for effective collaborative learning
Teacher collaboration networks in 2025
Doing what comes naturally? Student perceptions and use of collaborative technologies
Online social networks as formal learning environments: learner experiences and activities
Teens, kindness and cruelty on social network sites
Are online learners frustrated with collaborative learning experiences?
Designing for learning: online social networks as a classroom environment
Digital districts: Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in U.S. schools
Factors affecting the frequency and amount of social networking site use
Personal Learning Environments: challenging the dominant design of educational systems
Social Media: Tools for User-Generated Content
Australia in the digital economy: online participation
Australia in the digital economy: trust and confidence
The state of Wiki usage in U.S. K–12 schools
Legal risks for students using social networking sites

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