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000061605 100__ $$aLópez-Goñi, Ignacio
000061605 245__ $$aTwitter as a tool for teaching and communicating microbiology: the #micromoocsem initiative
000061605 260__ $$c2016
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000061605 5203_ $$aSocial networks are already being exploited for searching, storing, and sharing knowledge, demonstrating that they are an efficient vehicle for social learning. Consequently, they could be implemented as a competent tool for formal learning. Twitter is among the 10 most popular online social networks, integrating a community of over 500 million users around the world. Twitter has already been used in several educational programs and evaluated as a positive teaching experience with an outstanding potential in academic and educational environments (1–6). However, there are scarce examples available in the literature about its use in science teaching and communication. In this work, we present and analyze the application of Twitter to create an online space for communication and learning of basic microbiology. With this aim, a team of professionals in the field has imparted, to our knowledge, the first worldwide open access microbiology course via Twitter. Here we assess the results of our experience of using this social network as a tool for teaching, promoting, and communicating scientific knowledge to a wide audience.
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000061605 700__ $$aMartínez-Viñas, M. José
000061605 700__ $$aAntón, Josefa
000061605 700__ $$aCid, Víctor J.
000061605 700__ $$aMartín González, Ana
000061605 700__ $$aBrown-Jaque, Maryury
000061605 700__ $$aGarcía-Lobo, Juan M.
000061605 700__ $$aSánchez, Manuel
000061605 700__ $$aVilchez, Juan Ignacio
000061605 700__ $$aRobledo-Mahón, Tatiana
000061605 700__ $$aSeder-Colomina, Marina
000061605 700__ $$aTapia-Paniagua, Silvana Teresa
000061605 700__ $$aHernández De Rojas, Alma
000061605 700__ $$aMira, Alejandro
000061605 700__ $$aGallego-Parrilla, José Jesús
000061605 700__ $$aLópez Díaz, Teresa María
000061605 700__ $$aMaicas I Prieto, Sergi
000061605 700__ $$aVillalobo, Eduardo
000061605 700__ $$aQuindós, Guillermo
000061605 700__ $$aBalboa, Sabela
000061605 700__ $$aRomalde, Jesús L.
000061605 700__ $$0(orcid)0000-0001-7438-9141$$aAguilar-Pérez, Clara$$uUniversidad de Zaragoza
000061605 700__ $$aTomás, Anna
000061605 700__ $$aLinares, María
000061605 700__ $$aZaragoza, Óscar
000061605 700__ $$aGil-Serna, Jéssica
000061605 700__ $$aFerrer-Espada, Raquel
000061605 700__ $$aCamacho, Ana I.
000061605 700__ $$aVinué, Laura
000061605 700__ $$aGarcía-Lara, Jorge
000061605 7102_ $$11008$$2630$$aUniversidad de Zaragoza$$bDepartamento de Microbiología, Medicina Preventiva y Salud Pública$$cMicrobiología
000061605 773__ $$g17, 3 (2016), 492-494$$pJ. microbiol. biol. educ.$$tJournal of microbiology & biology education$$x1935-7877
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