Leaders, visionaries, innovators, and everyday practitioners: here is a list of some key voices we recommend on educational technology:
@courosa Alec Couros is a professor of educational technology & media at the Faculty of Education, University of Regina.
@C4LPT Jane Hart is a professional writer, speaker and advisor on social technologies and collaborative learning.
@cshirky Clay Shirky is a sociologist who studies the ways people communicate online.
For a comprehensive listing of educational hashtags by subject, including those related to educational technology, check out the The A-Z Dictionary of Educational Twitter Hashtags.
Here are a few key ones:
#BYOD – A forum to share ideas and best practices.
#cybersafety – A great place to connect with stakeholders interested in keeping students safe online.
#edapp – Educational applications, or apps, that work on everything from netbooks to tablets to smartphones.
#edtech – An essential part of any educational-technology advocate’s Twitter repertoire.
#edreform – Discussion of the transformative power of technology.
#elearning – Online and hybrid courses, distance learning and other electronic-based education methods.
#gbl – Game-based learning, gamification of education and how video games can be used as tools in the classroom and at home.
#mlearning – Mobile learning, BYOD, smartphone use, and other handheld learning strategies.
#vitalcpd – effective use of technology in the classroom
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Here is a listing of some of the best educational technology-related blogs:
Paul Allison, Lee Babar, Susan Ettenheim, and Thomas Locke