April 22, 2014
Learning from Twitter2013-08-18T09:28:02-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/b5c/20130818092906001_hd.jpgIndiana University Professor Fabio Rojas talks about the usefulness of Twitter in seeing how people react to political events in real time.
Indiana University Professor Fabio Rojas talks about the usefulness of Twitter in seeing how people react to political events in real time.
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