I had some mixed results with reading and posting summaries of #5Papers this week, and while that may be expected, it has provided me an opportunity for some reflective practice on this 2016 work I am exploring.
1/ I read Maor, Ensor, & Fraser (2015). Doctoral supervision in virtual spaces: A review of Continue reading “Doctoral Supervision in Virtual Spaces: A Brief Paper Summary”
1/ I read Farrow (2015) Open education and critical pedagogy Continue reading “Open Education and Critical Pedagogy: A Brief Paper Summary”
I have felt some well-intended pressure to read more in 2016, and while I am attending a bit with #SixtyBooks (to read 60 books in a year, an ambitious goal beyond my time and wherewithal) by committing to reading 24 books (2 books a month), I DO want to read and share more research articles.
Reading research stimulates me, helps keep me current, and continues to challenge and move my ideas forward.
Now that January 1, 2016 has come, and I had some modest success in reading and sharing some brief article reviews at the end of 2015 (earlier this week), I will now try this in earnest. I cannot realistically do #30Papers (one each day of the month) as that seems too much like work rather than personal, professional development, so am now trying this as #5Papers a week (a bit more realistic).
I read an article (peer-reviewed research, at least at this time), summarize it in some Tweet-sized bites, post it here, and then also post it via Twitter as a thread where I reply to my most recent Tweet with the next one.
So, here goes!
1/ I read Park, Reber, & Chon (2015) Tweeting as Health Communication Continue reading “Tweeting as Health Communication: A Brief Paper Summary”