Video has not killed the radio star, my co-blogmeister Kelly J. Baker.
Editor's note: She will appear next Friday night (3/16) instead of tonight on the Howard Gluss radio show, where she will be giving a religious studies/historical perspective on the recent brouhaha on contraception and women's rights. Basketball outmatches interviews with American religious historians, it seems.
At her blog, Kelly also mentions her experiment in tweeting her way through a class. Our contributor Mike Altman also has been doing that, and at his blog he reflects on what he has learned about using social media in his course "Introduction to Religion: Christian and Hindu Traditions."
With any luck (and some public demands here -- hint hint, let's hear from you people) the two may engage in an online discussion for us on their thinking about the use of social media in the classroom. Below is more from Kelly's blog (posted here without her consent -- too bad), which gives you some more info and links both on her radio interview and on her classroom twitter account.