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Beyond Disciplinary Boundaries: Mapping Educational Science in the Discourse on Social Media

by Martin Rehm, Stefania Manca, Diana L. Brandon & Christine Greenhow - 2019

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 14, 2019, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23050, Date Accessed: 12/12/2019 11:19:15 AM
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  • Martin Rehm
    Institute for Educational Consulting, University of Education, Weingarten, Germany
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    MARTIN REHM attained his PhD at Maastricht University, the Netherlands. He is currently the transfer manager at the Institute for Educational Consulting at the University of Education in Weingarten, Germany. His research interests include informal learning in social media, social opportunity spaces, and applying mixed methods to assess the educational value of social media. His recent work includes a contribution to the American Journal of Education entitled “Drinking From the Firehose—The Structural and Cognitive Dimensions of Sharing Information on Twitter?”
  • Stefania Manca
    Institute of Educational Technology, Italy
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    STEFANIA MANCA is a researcher at the Institute of Educational Technology of the National Research Council of Italy. Her research interests are social media and social network sites in formal and informal learning, teacher education, professional development and digital scholarship, and student-voice-supported participatory practices at school. Her recent work includes a contribution to the journal The Internet and Higher Education, “Snapping, Pinning, Liking or Texting: Investigating Social Media in Higher Education Beyond Facebook,” and a coauthored an article in Publications, “Is There a Social Life in Open Data? The Case of Open Data Practices in Educational Technology Research.”
  • Diana Brandon
    Charleston Southern University
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    DIANA BRANDON is an alumna of the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program at Michigan State University. She currently is the distance learning coordinator at Charleston Southern University in Charleston, South Carolina. Her research interests include technology integration in K–12 and higher education and professional development for teachers and higher education personnel. Her recent work includes a brief paper presented at SITE 2019, “Not Your Mother's Professional Development: A Flexible Approach to Faculty PD" and a coauthored article in Written Communication, “Multidimensional Levels of Language Writing Measures in Grades Four to Six.”
  • Christine Greenhow
    Michigan State University
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    CHRISTINE GREENHOW is an associate professor in educational psychology and educational technology, Michigan State University. She studies various forms of learning with social media, the design of social-mediated environments for learning, and changes in scholarship practices with new media. (More information at http://www.cgreenhow.org and @chrisgreenhow on Twitter.)
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