Coordinator of Adult Teaching

Dr. Bonnie Stewart is an educator and social media researcher fascinated by who we are when we're online. Founder and Director of the media literacy initiative Antigonish 2.0, and Coordinator of Adult Teaching programs at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada, Bonnie's work explores the intersections of knowledge, technology, and identity. Community capacity-building and the implications of networks for contemporary institutions are the focus of her current research. Bonnie writes and speaks about networked scholarship, digital strategy, leadership, and massive open online courses (MOOCs) around the world. She blogs ideas at, and does her best thinking out loud on Twitter as @bonstewart.

Recent Publications

Antigonish 2.0

Educause Review, 2017

Twitter as method: Using Twitter as a tool to conduct research

The SAGE handbook of social media research methods, 2017

Discreet openness: Scholars selective and intentional self-disclosures online

Social Media + Society, 2016

Collapsed publics: Orality, literacy, and vulnerability in academic Twitter

Journal of Applied Social Theory, 2016

Open to influence

Learning, Media and Technology, 2015

Research Classification

  • No classification given

Research Interests

  • Digital pedagogy
  • Digital identities
  • Social media platforms and practices
  • Digital literacies
  • Networked scholarship
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