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Reflective Practice Large Group Meeting Resources, 2017-2018

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Research Articles

Cooke, S. (2017). Social teaching: Student perspectives on the inclusion of social media in higher education. Education and Information Technologies, 22(1), 255-269.

Duncan, D.G. & Barczyk, C.C. (2016). Facebook's effect on learning in higher education: An empirical investigationInformation Systems Education Journal, 14(3), 14-28.

Gulbahar, Y., Rapp, C., Kilis, S., & Sitnikova, A. (2017). Enriching higher education with social media: Development and evaluation of a social media toolkitInternational Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 18(1), 23-39.

Halpin, P.A. (2016). Using Twitter in a nonscience major science class increases students' use of reputable science sources in class discussionsJournal of College Science Teaching, 45(6), 71-77.

Rosatelli, M. (2015). "Choose, explore, analyze": A multi-tiered approach to social media in the classroomJournal of Faculty Development, 29(2), 17-22.

Samuels-Peretz, D., Dvorkin Camiel, L., Teeley, K., & Banerjee, G. (2017). Digitally inspired thinking: Can social media lead to deep learning in higher education? College Teaching, 65(1), 32-38.