It is that time.
It is time to reflect on what you have done over the past nine weeks. If you have missed a topic, don’t worry. You can catch up by finding all our topic posts here.
Here are some readings to get your juices flowing:
- Social media is more than simply a marketing tool for academic research, by Amanda Alampi
- How is social media shaping academia, by Chris Blattman
- The digital academic: social and other digital media for academics, by Deborah Lupton
- Librarian as Professor of Social Media Literacy, by Laurie M Bridges
This week you need to complete your reflective blog post on your experiences over the last several weeks. You can write your reflective blog post however you would like, but here are some questions to get you started:
- How have you managed to complete the tasks, and what were some of the challenges you faced?
- How have you enjoyed (or not enjoyed) the ‘sharing’ experience?
- Is there someone you have met or learned about through this learning experience that you feel will continue to follow, or who has inspired you?
- Did you learn something completely new?
- What concept or idea has been introduced to you that was a surprise?
- What is one thing you have learned that you will utilise into the future, and why?
- Which was your favourite blog post, and why?
On completion of your reflective blog post, you will be recognised as having completed the program. If you like, you can find out how everyone else found the experience by viewing participant blogs here.
Thank you to all our contributors, organisers, and supporters. Congratulations everyone!