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Contents

Acknowledgements

ix

Contributors

xi

Part One Introduction

1

1.

From a Tweet to a Blog, to a Podcast, to a Book

3

Chris Rowell

2.

Social Media in Higher Education – The Podcast

15

Chris Rowell

Part Two Professional Practice

19

3.

Developing a Professional Online Presence and Effective Network

21

Sue Beckingham

4.

Re-Engineered Continuing Professional Development and Modelled Use of Cloud Tools and Social Media by Academic Developers

35

Martin Compton and Timos Almpanis

5.

Ten Days of Twitter

49

Mark Warnes

6.

Open and Networked Scholarship

61

Suzan Koseoglu

Part Three Teaching and Learning

71

7.

Exploring the Use of Social Media in the Higher Education Classroom

73

Alex Avramenko and Chrissi Nerantzi

8.

The Use of Social Media Tools and Their Application to Creative Students

83

Serena Gossain

9.

Role of Social Media in Learning: Benefits and Drawbacks — How Social Presence Theory Explains Conflicting Findings

95

Paul Kawachi

10.

Bursting Out of the Bubble: Social Media, Openness and Higher Education

107

Jennie Blake, Chris Millson and Sam Aston

11.

Cambridge Analytica, Facebook, and Understanding Social Media Beyond the Screen

117

Zoetanya Sujon

Part Four Leadership

131

12.

Leadership and Social Media

133

Julie Hall

13.

Leadership and Social Media: Challenges and Opportunities

141

Donna M. Lanclos and Lawrie Phipps

Part Five Building Networks

151

14.

Building Cohort Identity through Social Media

153

David Webster

15.

Creating a Sense of Belonging and Connectedness for the Student Arrival Experience in a School of Arts and Humanities

161

Rachel Challen

16.

Joint Reflection on Twitter, Phenomenography and Learning Friendships

171

Margy MacMillan and Chrissi Nerantzi

17.

PressEd — Where the Conference Is the Hashtag

183

Pat Lockley

Part Six Innovation

197

18.

Expertise in Your Ears; Why You Should Jump on the Podcasting Bandwagon

199

Dave Musson

19.

Etiquette for the Anthropocene

211

Jane Norris

20.

Learning to Twalk: An Analysis of a New Learning Environment

223

Andrew Middleton

21.

Academics’ Understanding of Learning Spaces: Attitudes, Practices and Outcomes Explored through the Use of Social Media

237

Santanu Vasant

Part Seven The Personal Journey

249

22.

Somewhere in Between: My Experience of Twitter as a Tool for Continuous Personal Development

251

Andy Horton

23.

The ‘Healthy Academic’, Social Media, and a Personal and Professional Journey

261

Neil Withnell

Glossary

269

List of Illustrations

273

Index

277