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By Megan Farnel on Apr 20th, 2014
Okay, so even though I’m so close to the end of my month of daily blogging, I nearly didn’t get anything written today. For some reason, all the...
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By Sophia Seawell on Mar 12th, 2014
Though the hashtag #NotYourAsianSidekick ‘erupted’ at the end of last year, it has been on my mind lately as I think through how various social media...
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By Sophia Seawell on Feb 15th, 2014
On February 10, 2014 British stand-up comedian and transgender woman Avery Edison was attempting to travel to Canada to visit her girlfriend, with a...
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By Tiffany Grobelski on Feb 9th, 2014
In several 100 and 200 level undergraduate classes I have TA’ed, we have required students to submit brief (no more than one page) reading responses...
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By Tiffany Grobelski on Feb 8th, 2014
How-to’s and link roundups on teaching with Twitter has been done many times before, but the topic is worth frequent revisiting and refreshing,...
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By Ernesto Priego on Jan 20th, 2014
I have been posting some results of our look at the tweets we gathered from the #MLA14 backchannel.Chris Zarate and I put together  a dataset...
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By AnaMaria Seglie on Dec 14th, 2013
I first came across Walt Whitman on Twitter a couple of years ago. I am not a Twitter user and admit I know very little about its possibilities, but...
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By Ernesto Priego on Dec 3rd, 2013
We’ve been conducting a quick (really!) survey on using Twitter for engagement with research.If you have already responded, thank you. Thank you as...
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By Marco Bastos on Oct 25th, 2013
This week I was in Russia to deliver two public talks at the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg and Moscow. I had the chance to get to know...
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