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HCI Education to Support Collaborative e-Learning Systems Design

By Niki Lambropoulos, Fintan Culwin, Margarida Romero / September 2010

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  • Wed, 12 May 2010
    Post by Leo Havemann

    Thanks for this post Roger. As someone who works with academic staff assisting them in adopting technology, I suppose I learned to love Twitter reasonably quickly and easily. Affirmation that Twitter is actually useful is probably more influential coming from a self-professed 'old luddite'!

    For anyone who is interested I blogged about the frustration I felt with the caricaturing of Twitter as pointless ephemera, and what I think it is good for, awhile back:

    cheers, Leo @leohavemann

  • Mon, 10 May 2010
    Post by Loretta Donovan


    You are noticing something that has outstanding possibilities for learners and knowledge workers. From my work that will be published in fall in Social Knowledge: Using Social Media to Know What You by John Girard (Ed):

    "The inherent desire to share information on behalf of creating collective knowledge is mediated by behaviors such as truth-telling, deception, and politicizing. Beyond those social behaviors, new mediators of reality have emerged from strictly technological properties of social media. The technical prowess and presence of opinion creators makes their information more readily available as search engines move contributions to more prominent positions based on accessibility, rather than their reliability. This phenomenon causes information to be noticed, disseminated via links, and replicated in whole or part in other sites or formats. The result is an increasing quantity of information which lacks quality control for its value or capacity to broaden and build the knowledge base."

    Regards, @LorettaDonovan

  • Mon, 10 May 2010
    Post by Macia Conner


    Terrific post. You introduce one of my favorite benefits of Twitter: making what we learn viral so that we can introduce it to others and reflect on it together so that it become something more.

    Twitter (and all social media) is a participatory activity you'll experience differently and at a deeper level when you join in, not just watch with interest from the sidelines. I don't text either, yet here I am, learning nonstop from the sharing, engagement, and process. I hope you'll consider joining too.

    - Marcia (@marciamarcia)