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Introduction to Twitter: An Instructional Design Module

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MattSpencer MastersPaper.pdf Project overview & summary 155.83 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
Twitter Intro Guide.pdf Project module 4.02 MB Adobe PDF View/Open
MattSpencer Proposal.pdf Project Proposal 142.07 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
MattSpencer LitReview.pdf Literature Review 99.58 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
MattSpencer Presentation.ppt TCC Powerpoint Presentation 1.65 MB Microsoft Powerpoint View/Open

Item Summary

Title:Introduction to Twitter: An Instructional Design Module
Authors:Spencer, Matthew
Contributors:Ho, Curtis (advisor)
Ho, Curtis (instructor)
Keywords:instructional design
twitter
Date Issued:20 Apr 2010
Publisher:15th Annual TCC Online Conference
Citation:Spencer, M. (2010, April 20). Introduction to Twitter: An Instructional Design Module. Powerpoint presented at the 15th Annual TCC Online Conference.
Abstract:This project sought to implement an instructional module that can serve as an orientation for new users of Twitter. The module covers important aspects of Twitter such as explaining what Twitter is, how Twitter works, how users can get started using it, and tips beginners should know. The module was created as an interactive PDF so that users would be engaged by animations similar to those in Powerpoint presentations, be able to answer questions that mimicked Flash, and easily distributed across multiple computers. The module was tested by participants and its effectiveness evaluated in a survey completed by participants after they finished the module. At the heart of the project was the thought that having a better understanding of Twitter before using it would help new users with adoption.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/15406
Rights:Please see the Creative Commons license for this item.
Appears in Collections: ETEC 690, Spring 2010


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