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Microblogging / twitter in a knowledge management course @ Singapore Management University

Abstract: This paper features a competency-enhancing social networking application which provides a solution for the dilemma of non-participating (non-engaged) students in class: ‘pedagogical tweeting’. Twitter’s micro-blogging service enables both instructors and students to send and read messages (tweets) of up to 140 characters, incl. links to blogs, web pages, photos, videos, etc. As Twitter

Blended Knowledge Management Course @ National Changhua University of Education

Abstract: Recently, Blended Learning has been proven the most effective and cost-effective in teaching at school. Quite a few experts in education emphasize that Blended Learning embodies the best of both worlds in hi-tech digital learning and the traditional one, which involves students in network learning without lacking interaction and participation with others. The main