2nd Bridging the Unbridgeable Lunch Lecture

Social media in teaching and research

As a follow-up on the article Twitteren met een Twist in the final issue of Forum (19 April), the Bridging the Unbridgeable project is organising a session on the (potential) benefits social media can bring, or have already brought, to academic teaching and research. Speakers at the Lunch Lecture will include those interviewed for the article: Kasia Cwiertka, Erik Kwakkel, Sebastiaan van der Lubben, Robin Straaijer and Ingrid Tieken. Input from the audience will be very welcome.

All those interested in the topic are welcome on 30 May, from 12.15 to 1, at the Humanities Faculty of the University of Leiden, in Lipsius 148 – Bring Your Own Lunch!

Please leave a comment if you wish to be present.

For those of you who are interested and able to go: this year’s ICT-Hum symposium will be held at the Free University in Amsterdam on 7 June, and several of the papers that will be presented are on precisely this topic.

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2 Responses to 2nd Bridging the Unbridgeable Lunch Lecture

  1. Didi says:

    http://edudemic.com/2012/04/100-ways-to-use-twitter-in-education-by-degree-of-difficulty/

    Lots of advice on how to use Twitter. It was an inspriring lunchsession btw!

  2. Robin Straaijer says:

    Apparently, Twitter also works to get people to read your open access papers — or at least download them.

    http://melissaterras.blogspot.nl/2011/11/what-happens-when-you-tweet-open-access.html

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