Teaching Tip: developing an intercollegiate Twitter forum to aid student exam study and the development of digital professionalism

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Whiting, M; Kinnison, T; Mossop, L;

#VetFinals has been developed as a novel online Twitter teaching event designed to support intercollegiate veterinary teaching using social media. Previous studies in other fields have suggested that Twitter use within universities may have benefits for undergraduate ed... View more
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