Using Twitter to develop our profiles as academics, to create genuine communities of practice and meaningful connections with the wider world

Dawne Irving-Bell, Sarah Wright, David Wooff, Claire Moscrop

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Abstract

Using Twitter to develop our profiles as academics, to create genuine communities of practice and meaningful connections with the wider world. Within this presentation we explore through the use of Twitter we can develop our academic profiles, create genuine communities of practice and meaningful connections
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 9 Jan 2019

Keywords

  • Developing academic profiles
  • communities of practice
  • meaningful connections

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