"Twitter co-founder Biz Stone ... how it was used recently in Egypt to help organize the revolution and how it has been used to spread democracy movements in other countries."
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No one can ignore the extraordinary pace and impact of Twitter's emerging role in international communications, politics, revolution. But, what are the implications for teaching and learning?
What can we do with Twitter in higher education?
Constructively - not merely forbidding it's use by students in some classrooms? Recognizing its growing availability, accessibility, low cost.
See recent work, discussions by Derek Bruff et al.