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Acoustic tweets and blogs: Using social media in an undergraduate acoustics course
Architectural Engineering -- Faculty Publications
  • Lily M Wang, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Date of this Version
1-1-2013
Citation

Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Vol. 18, 025005 (2013)

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© 2013 Acoustical Society of America

Abstract

Each fall, the author teaches an undergraduate architectural acoustics course to around 40 third-year architectural engineering students at the University of Nebraska. Beginning in 2011, a social media component was introduced to explore the use of this technology and how it may supplement the students' learning experience. Students were given an opportunity to receive extra credit by using Twitter and/or blogging about course material using a set hashtag (#AE3300) or through the course website. Results were positive, and the author will discuss pros and cons that she has experienced in adding this social media component. Suggestions for future implementations and examples of student participation will be presented.

Citation Information
Lily M Wang. "Acoustic tweets and blogs: Using social media in an undergraduate acoustics course" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lilymwang/68/