More than a third of Higher Education Faculty are on Twitter

Twitter use by Higher Education Faculty is more extensive than you might expect, and it’s on the rise.

This last week I came across this report from Magna Publications, published last month, which discusses their second annual survey of Twitter usage among college faculty. The survey was conducted over the summer and had 1,372 respondents.

I have to say that I been somewhat surprised by the extent to which educators have been interested in Twitter. For example, since the inception of this blog, two of the most popular posts on this site have been “6 Examples of Using Twitter in the Classroom“ and “100 Ways to Teach With Twitter“, with the later consistently pulling more traffic than any other article here...


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