A case study about how Twitter can enhance, enforce, and extend learning
On September 14, I was in Harrisburg, Pa., at the inaugural meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of The Alliance for CME, while my colleague, Betsy Woodall, PharmD, was participating in a National Institute for Quality Improvement and Education conference in Chicago. Before the advent of social media, there would have been few, if any, quick ways for us to share our learning experiences—and it would have been impossible to share in real time. But with the advent of social media as a learning ...
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