Twittering student crowd to affirm multimedia teaching
February 21st, 2011

A Lehigh University Journalism Professor ‘Crowdsources’ His Teaching Philosophy, and discovers strong approval for his use of innovation in the classroom:

In the classes he teaches, such as multimedia reporting, media literacy, and new media and social change, he uses tools like Twitter in his teaching—encouraging students to post questions during class via the social-networking site. But he didn’t see his use of new technology as core to his teaching philosophy. Thanks to his students, he does now. . . .

The report, in Wired Classroom today, describes how the professor Twittered his former students to obtain the evaluations of his teaching..


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