2016 TxDLA Conference
Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM: Poster Sessions & Coffee in Exhibit Hall
Social Media Engagement and Learner Impact: Designing Instructionally Relevant Socialization
Social media as a cultural zeitgeist has been inherent for years within the cultural realm; however, it is only more recently that social media engagement has been conceived as not merely instructionally appropriate but potentially instructionally imperative. This presentation offers qualitative analysis of a graduate course-based social media engagement.
Dr. Caroline Crawford, University of Houston-Clear Lake, Associate Professor
Caroline M. Crawford, Ed.D. focuses her areas of impact upon instructional design, performance improvement, and learning theories within communities of learning, communities of practice and the appropriate and successful integration of technologies into differentiated learning environments of distributed including online and mobile, hybrid and traditional.
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