Twitter: What do so many people have to say?
Agenda – March 30, April 7 and April 8, 2010
- Access and navigate class website with Twitter resources
- What is Twitter and how can you benefit from it?
- Create Twitter account
- Set up and edit profile settings – why is this important?
- Tweet, retweet, @reply, favorite, DM, #
- Twitter search
- Why follow and favorite?
- Applications for teaching and learning
Twitter in Plain English – Commoncraft
Twitter Search in Plain English – Commoncraft
Create Your Twitter Account – Mary Zedeck
Teaching with Twitter – Dave Parry, University of Texas at Dallas
Using Twitter to Facilitate Class Discussions – University of Texas at Dallas
Why Twitter is Good for Learning – Management, Leadership and Business Development (RapidBI)
25 Twitter Projects for the College Classroom – OnlineColleges.net
100 Ways to Use Twitter in your Library – Accelerated Bachelors Degree
Seven Ways to Find Teachers on Twitter – Richard Byrne
Universities Using Twitter – list of Universities with official Twitter accounts and notes on use and/or best practices
Twitter Handbook for Teachers – Tomaz Lasic
30 Essential Twitter Tutorials – Outlaw Design Blog
Building Community with Twitter – Jane Hart
Mario Armstrong Talks Twitter in Education – ISTE 2010
Most Common Twitter Applications (other than twitter.com)
TweetDeck – desktop application
Seesmic – desktop and online applications
March 30, April 7, April 8, 2010 – Session Evaluation