I came across this great post from the American Historical Society - "The Dos and Don’ts of Live-Tweeting at an Academic Conference: An Update" which has some great suggestions (see below for the abridged version or click on through for full text -...
As always, Bobbi writes like no other! I am going to comment on this on her blog but I'm still so dumbfounded that this is even an issue!?
A rural Montana school superintendent has apologized for plagiarizing a column written last December by Fulton County Schools superintendent Robert Avossa. (Montana school superintendent apologizes for plagariarizing a...
How ironic, right? A school superintendent of schools cheating!?? It's WAY worse than spelling "plagiarizing" wrong in an article title! ;-) As in all things, ATTRIBUTION is key!
As a public service, I like to periodically check in on the number of self-proclaimed social media "gurus," "ninjas," "masters" and "mavens" on Twitter. Why? Well, it seems like an important metric, an indicator of something.
CBS News Facebook rolls out updates to Timeline, including cleaner layout Los Angeles Times "We heard from you that the current Timeline layout is sometimes hard to read," Facebook's announcement detailing the changes said.
Twitter has become a massive hit in education and it's too big to ignore. So that's why we helped assemble the 2012 A-Z Guide To Twitter Hashtags. It's been an invaluable resource for educators around the world.
If you're struggling to make the most of Twitter or get colleagues interested, check out these handy Twitter tips and consider doing some PD via tweets!
I usually do follow back those who RT me with a salient, amusing, or clever comment or thought. Esp. if they have a profile photo, description, and web link to their work. I look to see if they engage in conversations or only auto RT others. I DO like a lively convo! For more & a bonus COMIC -See my
Twitter: To Follow, To Listen, To Learn & To Lead blog post