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Communication tools for the classroom ppt

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  • 1. INTC 3610Sharon Faith
  • 2.  Twitter is an online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters, known as "tweets".
  • 3.  Created in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey and launched in July. Over 500 million active users as of 2012 ◦ Over 1.6 billion queries daily
  • 4.  2007 – 1.2 million tweets per year 2008 - 4 million per year By June 2010 – 65 million per day ◦ 750 tweets per second By March 2012 – 340 million tweets per day
  • 5.  As of October 2012, the accounts with the most followers belonged to the following individuals and organizations: Lady Gaga (30 million followers worldwide) Justin Bieber (28.6 million) Katy Perry (27.3 million) Rihanna (26.1 million) Britney Spears (20.8 million) Barack Obama (20.5 million) - highest ranked account representing a politician Taylor Swift (19.2 million) Shakira (18.3 million) - highest ranked account based outside the United States YouTube (17.5 million) - highest account not representing an individual Kim Kardashian (16.2 million)
  • 6. 1. writer’s profile picture2. writer’s Twitter @name3. writer’s User name – e.g. John Smith4. The “recycled” icon shows that the tweet you’re reading is a Retweet5. The name of the person who retweeted this message.6. The little balloon indicates a Google Maps reference in the tweet.7. Image – the tweet contains a picture8. Video – a video is embedded in this tweet9. Reply – the tweet you’re viewing is a reply to an earlier tweet.10. Expand – clicking here expands the sidebar to “drill down” on the current tweet.11. The age of the tweet i.e. how long ago it was posted.12. The #hashtag and is automatically hyper linked.13. This is pretty much a standard hyperlink to an external location.14. Also known as an @mention shows that this tweet is referencing another Twitter user.15. Clicking on the @username expands the sidebar to show a summary profile of the person.
  • 7.  Twitter is on online communication tool Platform for listening to others in new ways
  • 8.  Created in 2003 Microsoft bought it out in 2011 663 million registered users as of September 2011 is a proprietary voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) service Computers free, phones, text messaging- there may be charge. Check with your provider
  • 9.  A free and easy way for teachers to open up their classroom. Meet new people, talk to experts, share ideas and create amazing learning experiences with teachers from around the world.
  • 10.  Free video conferencing for up to 10 people Team collaboration ◦ offers a suite of productivity apps that let you share what’s on your screen, collaborate in Google Docs, view presentations and diagram together. you can also dial the person in by clicking on the “Invite” button and then the “+telephone” link. Calls to the US and Canada are free, and international calling rates are very low.