Literatur und Online-Ressourcen für Kommunikation - Publikation


  • Wopereis, I. G. J. H., Sloep, P. B., & Poortman, S. H. (2010). Weblogs as instruments for reflection on action in teacher education. Interactive Learning Environments, 18, 245-261. DSpace
  • Nutall, H. (2008). The Zen of Blogging.
  • Wright, D. K. & Hinson, M. D. (2008). How Blogs and Social Media are Changing Public Relations and the Way it is Practiced. Public Relations Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2. Blogs & Social Media.



  • Aspden, E.J. & Thorpe, L.P. (2009). Where do you learn?: Tweeting to inform learning space development. In Educause Quarterly, 32(1). Retrieved November 15, 2009.
  • Grosseck, G. & Holotescu, C. (2008). Can we use Twitter for educational activities? Paper presented at the 4th International Scientific Conference eLSE ‘eLearning and Software for Education’, Bucharest.
  • Holotescu, C. & Grosseck, G. (2009a, January). Using microblogging in education. Case study: Cirip. ro. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on e-Learning Applications, Cairo, Egypt.
  • Holotescu, C. & Grosseck, G. (2009b). Using microblogging for collaborative learning. In New Technology platforms for learning – Revisited (pp. 71–80). Presented at the LOGOS Open Conference on strengthening the integration of ICT research effort. Budapest, Hungary: European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN).
  • Honeycutt, C. & Herring, S.C. (2009). Beyond microblogging: Conversation and collaboration via Twitter. In Systems Sciences (pp. 1–10). Presented at the HISS ‘09 42nd Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, Big Island, HI.
  • Jansen, B.J., Zhang, M., Sobel, K., & Chowdury, A. (2009). Twitter power: Tweets as electronic word of mouth. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(9), 1–20.
  • Java, A., Song, X., Finin, T., & Tseng, B. (2007). Why we Twitter: Understanding microblogging usage and communities. In Proceedings of the 9th WebKDD? and 1st SNA-KDD 2007 workshop on Web mining and social network analysis, San Jose, CA (pp. 56–65). ACM.
  • Java, A., Song, X., Finin, T., & Tseng, B. (2009). Why we Twitter: An analysis of a microblogging community. In Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 118–138.
  • Jungherr, A. (2008). The digiactive guide to Twitter for activism. Presented at the Social Web: Towards Networked Protest Politics? Creative Commons, University of Seigen, Germany.
  • Kroski, E. (2008). All a Twitter: Want to try microblogging? In School Library Journal, 54(7), 31–35.
  • Lake, N. (2009). Let’s keep it brief. In Smart Computing in Plain English, 20(3), 48.
  • `McFedries, P. (2007). Technically speaking: All a-twitter.In IEEE Spectrum, 44(10), 84.
  • `McNeill, T. (2009, June 10). More than just passing notes in class? The Twitter-enabled backchannel. Scribd. Retrieved March 30, 2010.
  • O'Reilly, T. & Milstein, S. (2009). The Twitter Book. O'Reilly Media.
  • Reinhardt, W., Ebner, M., Beham, G., & Costa, C. (2009). How people are using Twitter during conferences. In Creativity and innovation Competencies on the Web (pp. 145–156). Salzburg, Austria: `EduMedia.
  • Santoro, N. (2009). Teaching in culturally diverse contexts: what knowledge about ‘self’ and ‘others’ do teachers need? In Journal of Education for Teaching, 35(1), 33–35.
  • Wheeler, S. (2009, January 2). Teaching with Twitter. Learning with ‘e’s. [blogentry]
  • Wishart, J. (2009). Use of mobile technology for teacher training. In Mobile learning: Transforming the delivery of education and training, Issues in Distance Education (pp. 265–278). Edmonton, Canada: AU Press.
  • Wright, N. (2010). Twittering in teacher education: reflecting on practicum experiences. In Open Leanring: The Jornal of Open and Distance Learning, 25(3), 259-265.
  • A Geek's Guide to Promoting Yourself and Your Online Business in 140 Characters or Less With Twitter by `GeekPreneur. Twitter Book GeekPreneur.




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