"Twitter is a great source that should be more common in every class. In the beginning of this course I thought Twitter was going to be annoying, something that I would be obligated to check constantly. However, my experience with Twitter turned out to be the mere opposite. I got very involved with Twitter, more then one daily update. Surprisingly, I became very reliable on Twitter and seemed to have a positive impact towards my interaction in this class."
"There were many times when I needed help on figuring out how to find information on the class Wiki. For example, in the beginning of the course I couldn’t find the questions posted for the readings. Twitter helped me out a lot because I got feedback from class members instantaneously. There were also times when the class Wiki wouldn’t work therefore, I signed on to Twitter to see if anyone could help and I found out that everyone else was going though the same problem. In the beginning, I mainly used Twitter to ask questions about homework. By the end of the course, I found myself constantly checking Twitter on a daily basis just to interact with my classmates. I used it to discuss television shows, other classes and general knowledge. I would log on to Twitter to read interesting articles that were posted as well as talk about the assigned readings, which helped me understand the articles better. I thought Twitter was great because it involved the students as well as the teacher; the class formed an online interaction, which always came in handy."