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Using Twitter as a Professional Development Tool

Posted on 09 March 2012 by jrobes

Twitter als Einstieg und Mittelpunkt einer Persönlichen Lernumgebung, eines “Personal Learning Networks”. Der Autor bricht eine Lanze für das selbstorganisierte, informelle Lernen mit/ durch Social Media und schließt mit zwei interessanten Literaturhinweisen: “Nuts and Bolts: Building a Personal Learning Network (PLN)” (Jane Bozarth) und “Build a powerful PLN” (Steve Wheeler).

“A well-cultivated PLN can also be your most powerful search engine, surpassing Google or Yahoo. When I am researching a learning and performance topic, my PLN is my primary research tool. Instead of a Google search, I send a question out to my network, and quickly receive answers to my query that come from the minds and experience of individuals I have chosen to connect with. In almost all cases, the resources shared by my PLN are better than those I am able to find from a standard Google search.”
David Kelly, Learning Circuits Blog, 6. März 2012

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