Please note: this list is for chats taking place at a certain time on a certain day.
By Jill Gordon
Twitter’s popularity has soared recently, and for good reason. What started as a simple way to update friends about daily life has grown into a powerful tool for business, communication, and education. While many campuses are just picking up on the educational rewards possible with Twitter, there is still plenty of room to create new and exciting ways to use Twitter on campus. The following tips will help you know just how to get started using Twitter in academia, teach you etiquette, offer strategies and benefits, provide suggestions for specific ways to use Twitter, list tools to use with Twitter, and more.
If you are new to Twitter or could use a few more basic pointers, check out these tips.
There’s nothing worse than finding out you unwittingly committed a faux pas, so brush up on your Twitter etiquette here.
These strategies will help you use Twitter smarter.
Ideas for Instructors
Instructors can benefits from these Twitter tips.
Benefits for Students
These tips offer benefits for students, improving their learning environment.
Tips for the Class
Implement this tips in class for a new way of finding and sharing information.
Assignments Using Twitter
Try some of these assignments utilizing Twitter.
Here are suggestions for people and things to track on Twitter.
These tools can help your Twitter experience become easier and more dynamic.
Finding People in Academia to Follow
Take these suggestions for finding professors, students, and more on Twitter.
Most of us who have seen the benefits of social media and PLNs want other educators to participate. I believe that sharing at the local level is where we should begin
Kathy Schrok's guide to creating your own Personal Learning Network: http://www.schrockguide.net/creating-your-pln.html