Here is the replay of my talk at The University of Florida on social media and student engagement. I present new data on the relationship between time spent on Facebook, Facebook activities, and student engagement.
This is a video created by one of my students to summarize the research we conducted on the effects of Twitter on student engagement and grades. The journal article summarizing the study and our findings is available here. Abstract Despite the widespread use of social media by students and its increased use by instructors, very […]
I had a great time being interviewed by Ed Cabellon as part of his video interview series. We discussed topics including my latest research on social media and student engagement, using social media in academic and student affairs, meeting students “where they are,” and helping reluctant colleagues engage with social media. Live Video Interview with […]
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