Social networks in science teaching and learning

Matthews, Kelly (2016) Social networks in science teaching and learning. Australian Council of Deans of Science, Teaching Learning Centre, ACDS Teaching Learning Centre.

Author Matthews, Kelly
Title Social networks in science teaching and learning
Place of publication Australian Council of Deans of Science, Teaching Learning Centre
Publisher ACDS Teaching Learning Centre
Publication date 2016-02-23
Year available 2016
Language eng
Abstract/Summary SaMnet – the Science & Mathematics Network of Australian University Educators – highlights the essential role of social networks in spreading ideas and innovations across science higher education. The ACDS TL Centre, as of 2016, will lead important social networking activities, including central coordination for SaMnet, the annual ACDS TL Conference, and the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME). This blog post draws on a study that explored the SaMnet project funded by the Office for Learning and Teaching (2012-14).
Additional Notes online at http://www.acds-tlcc.edu.au/2016/02/23/new-ideas-in-tl-february/

Document type: Creative Work
Collection: Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation Publications
 
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Created: Wed, 24 Feb 2016, 16:24:39 EST by Kelly Matthews on behalf of Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation