- Find good hastags to follow--they can expand the impact of a tweet more than the number of followers an account has
- Check out the hashtag #edchat and check out Jerry Blumengarten's collection of educational hashtags at http://cybraryman.com/edhashtags.html
- Who you follow is more important than the number of followers you have
- Don't use twitter.com except to register your account. Use third party software like TweetDeck. Anderson likes the older version and the way it allows you to categorize your tweets.
- Expand who you follow with lists--you can create lists for different groups--world history teachers, religion teachers, psychology teachers, etc.
- Save tweets. You can use Diigo for that. (diigo.com/tools/save_tweets)
Monday, June 17, 2013
10 Tips for Using Twitter in Education
in this article for T.H.E. Journal.. Some of his suggestions include:
Posted by George Coe at 5:33 PM