Look at those tired, weeklong workshop worn down expressions on University of Guadalajara faculty in that photo above. This was the energy we saw a lot of earlier this month, for the entire time for the second year of the UDG Agora project, a collaboration between the Justice Institute of ...

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From our initial visits and surveys of participants, we knew twitter was not in wide use among the faculty participants of the UDG Agora project. We heard people mostly use Facebook, and WhatsApp for quick communication. In our first meetings, we collecting some data for participant's twitter awareness (this was ...

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We are hearing a lot of feedback from our UDG Agora participants that many of their efforts to have their students use twitter fall short "They don't like it", "They won't go there", "they prefer Facebook". I have zero surprise. If you send anyone to twitter for the first time telling ...

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I've used this suggestion a few times to participants in our UdGAgora Project who are trying to figure out what kinds of things they can have their students do, that also produce some artifact that documents their learning. Few things work better to me than having your students have to explain ...

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I should have posted these photos a while ago. On the last day of each week of the face to face activities for UdG Agora we asked people to assemble on the lawn outside the CUAAD campus classrooms we used for our sessions. It worked our well because I went two ...

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I have no insight to the future of twitter as a company that rumbles around the conjecture, business, and tech gazing blogs. Tech is always a moving target. Below are some thoughts and even charts and graphs about our use of twitter for the UdGAgora project, focussing for now on ...

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