The mobile learning in the experiment enables these types of interactions for learners: acquire knowledge, store knowledge, share with others and collaborate on collective knowledge, co-create new knowledge with peers.
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Try searching Twitter using the hashtags below to see some of the interesting information and insights being shared by learning professionals each day on Twitter.
The Responses fall into three major groups: How we (learning professionals) are using Twitter in general; how we use Twitter for teaching and learning; and workplace awareness and attitudes toward Twitter.