Twitter’s new video app Vine is only supposed to be used by people over the age of seventeen, so it’s not usable in K-12 classes. However, it is usable by educators communicating with other educators on social networks and, of course, by and for adult learners. Here are some useful resources on using the app, and I hope others will share more — including if you have ideas on how to use it in teaching and learning:
Here’s a useful video I learned about via Joe Dale:
8 Creative Ways To Use Six Seconds On Twitter Vine is from Make Use Of.
What cognitive psychology teaches us about creating effective Vine videos is from Poynter.
4 Storytelling Tips for Making 6-Second Short Films with Vine is from The 21st Century Fluency Project.
Twitter’s Vine App Now Supports Embeds, Expanded Sharing To Facebook & Twitter is from TechCrunch.
20 Ways To Use Twitter’s Vine In Education is from The ASIDE blog.
How To Use Vine In The Classroom is from edudemic.
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