Exploring how social media can enhance the teaching of action research
This article explores how social media have been used to enhance the teaching and learning of action research. The authors discuss their experience with teaching an action research module in the ABCD program, which uses Web 2.0 technologies and social media to up-skill people who are ‘under-employed’ in South Wales, UK. The authors found that the module’s blog, chat, and forum tools were used by students to deepen their understanding of action research.
Carroll, F., Jenkins, A., Woodward, C., Kop, R., & Jenkins, E. (2012). Exploring how social media can enhance the teaching of action research. Action Research, 10(2), 170-188. Full Text.
Assessing and Documenting Engagement
2014 Annual Membership Survey
Building Engaged Departments
Faculty Reward Structures and Engaged Sc
Community Colleges for Democracy: Aligni
Community-Engaged Learning and Teaching
Electoral Engagement in Community Colleg