Twitter in the Higher Education Classroom : A Student and Faculty Assessment of Use and Perception

  title={Twitter in the Higher Education Classroom : A Student and Faculty Assessment of Use and Perception},
  author={Stephen J. Jacquemin and Lisa K. Smelser and Melody J. Bernot},
Social networking has become a prominent communication method in recent years. The objective of this study was to assess social media use and perception of utility in higher education classrooms among faculty, graduate, and undergraduate cohorts. As a case study, Twitter was included into a semester course to disseminate relevant course information and serve as a discussion tool. Overall, students used social media more frequently than faculty. Further, students more readily identified with… CONTINUE READING

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