How to Participate in a Twitter Chat (and Why You Should)

Blogger Vicki Davis (@coolcateacher) has a great, short-but-sweet guide to getting involved in one of Twitter’s many education-related chats.

There are many Twitter directories out there, but I like this public Google Doc organized by time.

Twitter chats are a great way to get (and stay) engaged with other educators, learning from their experiences and sharing their ideas. The volume of educators participating means that input comes from many different areas, and Twitter allows for connection on a local, specific level as well as on a really broad, world-wide level.

Get more info about #chats (including archives) from THE Journal.

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Alex is online course support technician at IDS, working to support all online, hybrid and LMS-enhanced instructors and students in using Blackboard and several media servers. She's also the administrator for the MCC Blogs network. You can reach her at acgarrison@mccneb.edu.

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2 comments on “How to Participate in a Twitter Chat (and Why You Should)
  1. Thanks for sharing this with your PLN. Twitter chats are one of the most useful ways that educators can connect around the world. Thanks for sharing.

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