Don’t Miss the Conversation with CTU Faculty on Twitter
Richard Holloway, J.D. – Program Director, Criminal Justice
I tweet about justice. I was new to Twitter before we started it here at CTU. We use it as a way to become what we call thought leaders in our respective areas. I tweet daily on different issues related to justice. And then I also sprinkle in some pieces related to how you can be a better student and how you can be a better professional. There are so many different technologies, so many ways we can reach our students and can help them to look at things differently. And I think Twitter is just another example of how we’re using the technology that’s available to us to create that learning environment for our students.
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