Using Social Media as a platform for teaching higher education – What do students expect?

22 – 24 April 2015

From Wednesday 22 April to Friday 24 April 2015 Professor Ayotola Aremu from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria will lead a seminar on the use of social media as educational technologies based on her research about the use of social media in a postgraduate diploma course. On 22 April, Ayotola Aremu opened this seminar by giving a one hour online Adobe Connect presentation. This was a great session, which initiated great conversation on the potentials and constraints on using social media to teach courses. The recording of this presentation is available here and the discussion forum remains open to and including Friday 24 April. Please also notice that other resources are available on the landing page for the this seminar. To access please register for free here


Professor Ayotola Aremu is a Senior lecturer at the University of Ibadan and holds a B.Sc. (Electrical & Electronics Engineering), P.G. Diploma in Education, M.Ed (Educational Technology), Ph.D (Educatinal Technology), Cerificate in Higher Education(MASHAV, Israel). Her research interests include Educational Technology, Pre-primary and Primary Mathematics and Girls in Science & Technology.

 

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One thought on “Using Social Media as a platform for teaching higher education – What do students expect?

  1. Dear Prof, I like the topic The use social media to teach… I want to have access to it. Presently I am attending an online course on online facilitation.

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