In today’s lecture Brisbane Times Reporter Natalie Bocheski (@girlclumsy) spoke to QUT students about how to live blog.
Here is a recap with some of the top tweets.
I would like to propose a new way to study.
As I was sitting in my Online Journalism lecture today and tweeting using the hashtag #qutoj1, I thought to myself… why am I taking lecture notes in my laptop or on paper? The information is recorded in front of me in real time!
A great way to compliment this is to revise and record my notes in a blog post.
1. It’s fun and easy to use.
2. I can access my notes online from anywhere
3. I can signpost relevant tweets and thoughts from my peers and lecturers.
4. It’s interactive and creates conversation; I can share my posts and learn from other people too.
What do you think about this? Do you tweet or blog your lecture notes?
Keep a watch out for my next blog post, where I will use this study blogging technique!
Note: this post is an example of an online story with the use of embedding images, maps and video clips. This is not a real story.
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