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#8144865 Jul 16, 2013 at 12:38 PM
Guild Officer
187 Posts
Hi folks!

As I said elswhere, I typically get my interesting facts and articles from Twitter. My main interests are higher ed, technical ed, and teaching with games, among other things.

So, my question to you is: Whom do you follow that gives you the best bang for your buck? Who do you get the best articles from? Who passes on the best resources? Who comes up with the best insights? Say...the top three?

Here are mine:
@edudemic - I consistently get awesome articles from this site! (The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Educators)
@gamasutra - Awesome games-related information with a techie bent
@Metaverse - Everything related to virtual worlds
#8146056 Jul 16, 2013 at 04:33 PM
110 Posts
For education and games stuff:

@IanSchreiber --Game designer partially turned educator and has a lot to say on both.

@RafaelFajardo --Educator who studies humane games (also was my teacher during my MA).

@ibogost --You should all know Ian Bogost. If you can deal with the sarcasm, his twitter can be quite interesting.
#8146972 Jul 16, 2013 at 07:56 PM
52 Posts
@PaulLadley from the Game Based Learning blog.

@Milesmac for Virtual and Game Based Learning info and resources.

@rmbyrne for edtech resources to use in the classroom. Very prolific!

I follow so many people that I mostly learn from the above from my RSS feeds. Love their blogs.
Al Gonzalez
Middle School Science Teacher
Twitter educatoral
#8150491 Jul 17, 2013 at 01:35 PM
Guild Officer
187 Posts
Those are some great resources, thank you! /me pulls up Twitter and starts following even more people...
#8192107 Jul 25, 2013 at 09:56 PM
24 Posts
@AHigherPlace Stephen Reid's company offers free minecraft CPD, small server but quality builds and help on demand.

@thecommonpeople Adam is a digital artist, home educator, among other things.


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