E-Learning and Instructional Support (ELIS)
E-Learning and Instructional Support (ELIS) Address

Transformation in Teaching: Social Media
Strategies in Higher Education

eds. Cheal, C., Coughlin, J., & Moore, S., and artist, Bonger, N.

2012 Informing Science Press.

Available at Informing Science Press, Amazon, or GoogleBooks

 

Table of Contents


Preface: ..........................................................................................xi

Section 1 Introduction

Chapter 1: Understanding Social Media
Nicole A. Buzzetto-More ......................................... 1

Chapter 2: Theoretical Perspectives of Social Media
Catheryn Cheal .........................................................19

Chapter 3: Taxonomy of Web 2.0 Applications with Educational Potential
Tihomir Orehovacki, Goran Bubaš, and Andreja Kovacic ........................................................43

Section 2 Multi-Media

Chapter 4: Flickr: Critique and Collaborative Feedback in a Design Course
Diane Robbie and Lynette Zheng .............................. 73

Chapter 5: YouTube: Beyond Lectures and Papers in Leadership Education
Kathy L. Guthrie .....................................................93

Chapter 6: GenerationPulse: Web-based Service Learning in Psychology Courses
Sarah Castricum and Belle Liang .............................115

Section 3 Virtual Worlds

Chapter 7: Second Life: Reducing Public Speaking Apprehension
Scott L. Crabill, Jeff Youngquist, and Jacob Cayanus ........................................................... 139

Chapter 8: Second Life: An Online Course about Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds
Kathryn Stam ............................................................ 159

Chapter 9: Second Life: Learner Experience with an Authentic Learning Environment Design of a Game Development Course
Marija Franetovic ...................................................... 185

Chapter 10: Second Life: Virtual Teams in an Information Technology Course
Jeannie Pridmore ....................................................... 217

Section 4 Social Networking

Chapter 11: Diigo: Social Bookmarking in a Professional Communication Course
Florence Dujardin, Kirstie Edwards and Sue Beckingham ........................................................ 243

Chapter 12: GLEAN: Social Learning for Business Students
Susan Gautscsh and Charla Griffy-Brown ................. 275

Chapter 13: Facebook: Role Play in a Psychology Class
Eileen McBride and Kimberly Hall ........................... 311

Chapter 14: Facebook vs. Web Courseware: A Comparison
Terri Towner and Caroline Lego Muñoz ................... 343

Chapter 15: GoogleMaps and Drupal: Walking Ulysses by Mapping Novels in the Digital Humanities
Joseph Nugent and Tim Lindgren .............................. 373

Section 5 Blogs

Chapter 16: Twitter: Integration into Developmental English and Technology
Alan Reid, Denise Houchen-Clagett, and J. Burton Browning ....................................................391

Chapter 17: Blogger: Classrooms Without Boundaries in an English Honor’s Course on Literary Self-Narrative
Rachel V. Smydra and Pamela T. Mitzelfeld ............413

Section 6 Synchronous Tools

Chapter 18: Adobe Acrobat Connect: Global Web-Conferencing in a Visual Communication Course
Karen A. Ritzenhoff ..................................................433

Chapter 19: Chat: Transforming the Social Work Classroom
Jane Peller, Kaitlyn Beebe, and Gerardo Morales Aldrighetti ......................................451

Editors ..........................................................................471
Reviewers .....................................................................473
Index ..........................................................................................477