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Tweets from the Celebration of Teaching: Scientists in the Classroom, Academic Inquiry, and Open Education

Posted by on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 in News.

by CFT Director Derek Bruff

When I attend an academic conference, I’m particularly active on Twitter, live-tweeting the conference by sharing observations, reflections, questions, and resources. A conference backchannel can provide a space for discussion and networking, share highlights from the conference with those not physically present, and serve as an archive for the event.

With the latter purpose in mind, I would like to share a collection of tweets from last week’s Celebration of Teaching. I had some help live-tweeting last Friday’s event from two graduate students affiliated with the Center for Teaching: SoTL Scholar Sarah Collier (@sarahpcollier) and Teaching Certificate graduate Bridgett Green (@bagreen1). Below you’ll find our tweets from several of the sessions and panels that ran throughout the day.

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