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Post Web 2.0 Pedagogy: Mobile social media

T Cochrane, H Sissons, L Antonczak, A Gordon, A Withell, D Rhodes, D Wagner, I Buchem, M Camacho, H Keegan, S Troussé

ASCILITE 2012 - Annual conference of the Australian Society for Computers in Tertiary Education | Published : 2012


AbstractIn this paper we explore the outcomes of a mobile community of practice (MOBCOP) reified in the development of a mobile social media framework that we have implemented in the creation of a new mobile social media minor within the faculty. The domain of the MOBCOP was a year-long investigation of the potential for mobile social media to act as a catalyst for new pedagogies. The context of MOBCOP was an invited group of Bachelor of Graphics Design lecturers interested in investigating the implications of mobile social media for collaborative curriculum design. MOBCOP comprised six lecturers and an academic advisor as a technology steward. We argue that the resultant mobile social media..

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