Over the first six weeks in BCM325 – Future Culture seminar, I have been experiencing live-tweeting.
Live-tweeting is not something new to me. In fact, I already experienced live-tweeting activity in BCM320 seminar last semester. However, the first week of live tweeting was a real struggle for some of my peers due to lack of regular tweeting or experience in live-tweeting, which is also my struggle in the first week of BCM320.
For those who do not know yet, live-tweeting is posting comments about a certain event on Twitter while the event is taking place, with the use of hashtags. One of the key benefits of live-tweeting is the interaction it generates during the event. During the weekly screenings in BCM325, I was tasked to watch a different film each week while live-tweeting my opinions or sharing any information that I have about the film. By doing this, I…
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