#LTHEchat Golden Tweeter Award

Dear #LTHEchat friends,

We have decided to introduce The #LTHEchat Golden Tweeter Award from 2015 for colleagues and students who have shown sustained engagement, commitment, insight and open sharing to the LTHEchat community. There is no fixed number of award winners per year and individuals can be nominated by the community and are also selected by the LTHEchat team.

#LTHEchat Golden Tweeter Award

The #LTHEchat Golden Tweeter Award for outstanding and sustained contributions to social open learning. 

We encourage winners to display their #LTHEchat award in their portfolio or professional profile.

LTHEchat Golden Bird Award Winners

February 2015 

Prof. Simon Lancaster

Prof. Simon Lancaster @s_j_lancaster: We have the pleasure to award the very first #LTHLEchat Golden Tweeter Award to Simon Lancaster, Professor of Chemical Education from the University of East Anglia for his passionate engagement and sustained commitment to open CPD and the support he is offering to the #LTHEchat community.

June 2015

Simon Rae

Simon Rae @simonrae: Our second #LTHEchat Golden Tweeter Award goes to Simon Rae, a retired lecturer in Professional Development from the Open University, who has been extremely committed to the #LTHEchat during 2014/15 and its community. Simon also initiated one of the two community-driven chats but also visualised skillfully many of the chats so far. We are grateful for his valuable contribution.

 

January 2016

Neil Withnell

Neil Withnell

Neil Withnell @neilwithnell: We are delighted to award the third Golden Tweeter Award to Neil Withnell @neilwithnell, University of Salford for his continuous commitment and contributions to the weekly LTHEchat as both a member of the community and as a volunteer member of the organising team October-December 2015. Neil is a Mental Health Nurse, Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean Academic Enhancement; and brings a wealth of experience and empathy to the weekly chats where he noticeably welcomes new members to the community.

 

July 2016

Hala Mansour

Dr Hala Mansour

Dr Hala Mansour @HalaMansour

We have the pleasure to award the fourth #LTHLEchat Golden Tweeter Award to Dr Mansour for her passionate and sustained engagement with the weekly #LTHEchats and for being such a great ambassador and always willing to help and support others. She has also led a Guest chat on reflective writing spaces – student engagement and challenges. Dr Mansour is is a Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour and Deputy Leader of the Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) Programmes at the University of Northampton.

Chris Jobling

Dr Chris Jobling

Dr Chris Jobling @cpjobling

We are delighted to award the fifth Golden Tweeter Award to Dr Chris Jobling @cpjobling for his continuous commitment, valuable contributions and  creative energy to the weekly LTHEchat as both a member of the community and as a volunteer member in two organising teams, from January to June 2016. Dr Jobling is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Engineering at Swansea University. His primary research interests are educational technology, computer-aided control engineering, and internet technologies; and he certainly brought these skills to the fore whilst part of the organising team!


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