Whose voices are amplified?
Whose voices are suppressed?
What is being shared (articles, links, conversations…)?
How does an ‘open’ platform like Twitter help learners and educators? [Twitter is open in that it is free to access on the web. It is most emphatically not open in how it does business.]
How can Twitter harm learners and educators?
How can Twitter be used to increase access to education?
In what ways does Twitter support OER-Enabled Pedagogy?
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