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Social Learning Question of the Day February 19, 2009

Posted by B.J. Schone in eLearning.
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Kevin Jones, author of the Engaged Learning blog, has set up a Twitter account called Social Learning Question of the Day (@slqotd). David Wilkins is also a contributor on Social Learning Question of the Day.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Get a (free) Twitter account, if you don’t have one already.
  2. Follow @slqotd and it will follow you back.
  3. Each business day a new question is asked. Add in your two cents: Start your tweet with d slqotd.
  4. Your tweet will be sent to all those following @slqotd.

This is an excellent example of collaboration among a group of users. I will admit that I’ve only been a spectator of SLQOTD, but I think it’s fantastic and I plan on participating in the future.

You can see a summary of all questions and answers for December and January (PDF files).

Great job, Kevin and David. This is very cool!

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1. dwilkinsnh - February 20, 2009

Hey BJ,

Thanks for the love. I can’t take the credit for much of this. It’s all Kevin’s alchemy. I just help moderate and come up with questions.

I think you should jump in, you’ve been spectating long enough… ; ) Seriously, none of us can really claim any expertise in this new world of Social Learning and the fact that you have a great blog going here means you have more expertise than most.

Thanks for helping to spread the word; talk to you on SLQOTD.

Dave

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