Hosting Live Conversations on Twitter Spaces in the Classroom

Big THANKS to NU Media‘s Sudha Mathana Gopalan for writing a ridiculously awesome article – which you can read here – on the Northeastern University College of Professional Studies graduate-level course I taught this past spring on social media.

As a student in this graduate-level course, Sudha participated along with her classmates in a series of three Twitter Spaces I hosted during class. In these Spaces, we talked amongst ourselves – albeit publicly – about our educational learnings as well as with an audience comprised of like-minded thought leaders who had an interest in the same topics and issues.

Sudha also put together the video you see here during which she asked me to talk about Twitter Spaces and why it’s such an excellent way to build a community of engaged, supportive individuals.

P.S. By the way, kudos and congratulations to my good friend and colleague, Christina Inge, for being selected to lead the founding of NU Media, Northeastern University’s digital media lab! Thanks to Christina’s leadership and guidance, this exciting, new initiative has already had a ridiculously successful launch!

Note: Video provided by Sudha Mathana Gopalan and NU Media.

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