Social Media and Education

Reflecting on the 140 Conference by Eric Sheninger

Posted on: April 25, 2010

The blog I have linked here is by Eric Sheninger. Here he posts his reflections from the recent 140 Character Conference held in New York City. Eric joined with Steve Anderson, Tom Whitby, and Kyle Pace in a discussion of social media in education. A video of their discussion about Twitter is attached. Be sure to read the blog post in its entirety. Is your school ready for Twitter? 140 Characters Conference

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