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A Twitteraholic’s Guide to tweets, hashtags, and all things Twitter

A Twitteraholic’s Guide to tweets, hashtags, and all things Twitter
Most educators who learn to use Twitter effectively say they learn more from their personal learning network (PLN) on Twitter than they’ve achieved from any other forms of professional development or personal learning. Unfortunately educators often dismiss Twitter, or fail to see the value of Twitter, when they’re first introduced to Twitter. Our aim of this post is to provide all the information you need to learn how to use Twitter effectively as an educator. We regularly update this post with new information. This post was last updated Oct, 2013. Click on a link below to go to the section you want to read: About the Twitter-a-holic’s Ultimate Guide The original Twitter-a-holic’s Guide was published in July, 2010 when I’d just returned from attending a large conference overseas and realized that while a conference can make you feel really overwhelmed and alone — especially amongst the 13,000 ed tech professionals participants who attend it each year — I never felt alone. Why? Back to Top 1.

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The Teacher Tap: Professional Development Resources for Educators The Teacher Tap is a free, professional development resource that helps educators and librarians address common questions about the use of technology in teaching and learning by providing easy access to practical, online resources and activities. Check out the Project Overview for more information. For a more indepth look at these topics, go to our online courses including: We're in the process of updating this resource, so you'll find a mixture of old and new pages. Nu kan du analysera dina tweets gratis i Twitter Twitter har öppnat upp möjligheten att få statistik på hur mycket engagemang dina tweets får på Twitter. Statistiken är tillgänglig för alla och är helt kostnadsfri. Genom att logga in i annonseringsplattformen på Twitter kan du få fram hur dina senaste tweets har spridits på nätet. Analytics-delen ger information om: - hur många som klickat på länkarna i en tweet - hur många som favoritmarkerat en tweet - hur många retweets varje tweet fått - hur många svar (replies) varje tweet fått - antal nya följare - antal avföljare

Online Tutos, tutoriels Twitter, Foursquare, Gmail, Google Agenda, Google Documents, Google Sites… Online Tutos est un site très pratique. Comme son nom l’indique, celui-ci présente des tutoriels (via une interface dépouillée) sur 7 services en ligne afin de faciliter leur prise en main et leur apprentissage en fonction de l’utilité qu’on peut en trouver : Foursquare (application ludique de réseau social géolocalisée) : Contraintes et fonctionnalités ; Les badges ; Tricher ; Usage fixe ; Usage mobile,

15 Inspiring Examples of Free Online Education The Internet is full of free and open educational resources, from courses to academic journals, and with so many education providers getting in on the movement to offer free educational content online, there's likely to be even more in the future. Yale, Stanford, MIT, and Berkeley are just a few of the high-profile universities that share some of their best courses with the world for the low, low price of zero dollars. While there are a lot of great resources out there, there are some online education resources that truly stand out as inspiring, for their vast collections, unique perks, and incredibly supportive organizations. Warren Ellis: Ghosting the real world This article was taken from the November issue of Wired magazine. Be the first to read Wired's articles in print before they're posted online, and get your hands on loads of additional content by subscribing online I'm in the middle of starting a new novel right now, and the bad thing about that strange phase of existence is that everything you see and hear somehow relates, in the wankmulch your brain has become, to that novel.

Retweet With a Comment on Twitter: How to Retweet Properly Learning how to retweet with a comment on Twitter is important if you want to be seen as a knowledgeable Twitter user. Retweet literally means to tweet again, which on Twitter means sending someone else's tweet to your own followers. It may seem easy to retweet someone else's tweet by hitting the "retweet" icon beneath the tweet that you want to forward to your followers. But that is NOT a savvy way to retweet. The New Facebook Groups: All You Need To Know Today Facebook announced a revamped group products as covered during our live coverage. However most people are either still not aware about what this means or unaware of what all the features are. This guide will answer all of your questions. If you haven’t heard about it yet, Facebook has completely revamped their groups product.

How to Back Up Your Social Media Accounts Imagine if your Facebook account were suspended and deleted. What would you do if your entire LinkedIn network suddenly disappeared? If your Flickr photos were no longer accessible or if Twitter crashed yet again, only this time for good? Online networking and collaboration have become a dominant part of our daily routines. According to a recent study conducted by Nielsen and released in early August, social networking occupies twice as much of our time online as any other activity. 5 Reasons Twitter Users Should Switch To Tumblr We are resistant to change by nature, and I fondly remember the days when we scoffed at Facebook as “the next MySpace” or laughed at Twitter because “who cares about 140 character blurbs”. Well there’s a new boy in town and the derisive laughs sound like echoes of the past: his name is Tumblr and he wants your attention. Here are 5 reasons Twitter users should try out Tumblr. No doubt you’ve been hearing the buzz about the blogging platform that allows users to easily post text, images, videos, links, quotes and audio to their ‘tumblelog’. Maybe you’ve heard that they’re supporting 2,000,000 posts and 15,000 new users per day, but what makes it special?

Natural Disasters Conflict Refugees/IDPs All you need KAMPALA, 7 September 2010 (IRIN) - An online database of people separated from relatives by conflict or natural disasters can now be accessed by mobile phone, thanks to a joint venture between the UN, an NGO and two private sector companies. Refugees United has entries for some 4,500 people seeking missing friends and family members, and “this grows by hundreds every week, as we reach out to refugees in camps and urban areas”, according to managing director Christopher Mikkelsen. Now that the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, mobile phone manufacturer Ericsson, and service provider MTN have teamed up with Refugees United, users no longer need to find a computer with internet access: a mobile phone suffices. “Refugees United and Ericsson distribute phones on a test level currently to the UNHCR and other organizations throughout the pilot,” Mikkelsen told IRIN by email.

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