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Fostering collaboration and benefiting from blurred boundaries between students and academics

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posted on 22.07.2011, 10:20 authored by Phil Barker
This case study has been developed as part of the Engineering Subject Centre Teaching Awards 2009, from data gathered through observations of the teaching component; interviews with the tutor; a questionnaire to students and a student focus group. This case study presents evaluations of two distinct uses of "Web 2.0" or "Social Networking" applications in teaching electronic and computer engineering: the use of a wiki during exam revision so that students can work collaboratively on answering past questions; and the use of Twitter, a wiki and online learning logs as tools to facilitate project supervision.

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  • University Academic and Administrative Support

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  • Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre

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© Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre, Loughborough University

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VoR (Version of Record)

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2009

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If reproducing this work please include the following attribution statement: ‘This Teaching Award 2009 Case Study was written by Phil Barker for the Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre, Loughborough University. Copyright © 2009.’ Tutor in Study: Manish Malik, Electronic and Computer Engineering, University of Portsmouth.

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