Further reading on social networking and bookmarking


Bonk, C. J., & Khoo, E. (2014). Adding some TEC-VARIETY:100+ activities for motivating and retaining learners online: free book

 

Cook, M. P., & Bissonnette, J. D. (2016). Developing preservice teachers’ positionalities in 140 characters or less: Examining microblogging as dialogic space. CITE Journal, 16(2). 

 

Edutopia: How To Create Social Media Guidelines for Your School.  Free guidebook 

 

Holland, B. (2014). 3 digital reading challenges for this summer. Edutopia. 

 

Jensen, M., & Scharff, L. (2014).  Using E-Book annotations to develop deep reading. Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology, 3(2), 83 - 86.

 

Kuznekoff J., & Titsworth S. (2015). Mobile phones in the classroom: Examining the effects of texting, Twitter, and message content on student learning. Communication Education

 

Tarsa, R. (2015). Emerging voices: Upvoting the exordium: Literacy practices of the digital interface.College English, 78(1), 12-33.

 

Turner, K. H., & Hicks, T. (2015). Connected reading: Teaching adolescent readers in a connected world. Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 

Veletsianos, G. (2016). Social media in academia: Networked scholars. Routledge.  

 

Zamora, M. (2016). Reading as a Social Act. DML Central