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Luo, Tian; Moore, David; Franklin, Teresa – Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 2019
This study sought to understand student participation and engagement in a microblogging-supported college-level hybrid course. Using a case study design, the researchers examined how students participated and engaged in a variety of microblogging-supported instructional activities, including backchanneling, exploration, discussion, and live chat…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Learner Engagement, Electronic Publishing, Diaries
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Luo, Tian; Xie, Quan – Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 2019
Extant literature on social media in education highlights the importance of improving social media-supported learning environments. This study adds to the literature by examining students' perception and participation for three types of Twitter-based instrumental activities--backchanneling, exploring hashtags, and topics discussion--in two unique…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Case Studies, Communications, Teaching Methods
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Luo, Tian; Baaki, John – TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 2019
This study was conducted to investigate concept mapping as an instructional technique to help student designers tackle complex issues in instructional design. Specifically, this study focuses on three dimensions: perceived learning, collaborative learning, and usability. We examined how student designers perceived the use of Cacoo as a concept…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Concept Mapping, Teaching Methods, Instructional Design
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Luo, Tian; Shah, Smruti J.; Cromptom, Helen – Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
The purpose of this study was to further our understanding of the use of Twitter for promoting reflective learning. Specifically, this study investigated how students participate in Twitter-supported activities, what type of knowledge are manifested when Twitter is used to reflect on the course readings, and how students perceive the…
Descriptors: Social Media, Reflection, Asynchronous Communication, Computer Mediated Communication