Inside Higher EdThe Academic TwitterazziInside Higher EdMany academic conferences, and even individual sessions at those conferences, have associated Twitter hash tags — often suggested by the conference organizers themselves.
Peter Thiel and Vivek Wadhwa have debated this question repeatedly -- on 60 Minutes, at an Intelligence Squared debate in Chicago, and most recently at The Nantucket Project, a festival of ideas that was held on Nantucket, Massachusetts earlier this month.
Buffy J.Hamilton March 2012 Massachusetts School Library Association Conference (RT @buffyjhamilton: Libraries as Communally Constructed Sites of Participatory Culture:Composing Narratives of Participatory Lrng&Literacy http://t.co/kQl01Z8z...)...
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