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Getting started with Twitter: An Introduction for Educators.

Getting started with Twitter: An Introduction for Educators.

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    Twitter Twitter Presentation Transcript

    • Getting Started with
    • Twitter is a great tool for connecting with (and learning from) people from around the world.
    • Get started at www.twitter.com
    • Click to register
    • Fill out all the fields
    • Choose a simple, easy to share username
    • I hate these things
    • Search for people to follow (you can do this later)
    • Move on
    • This is you Twitter homepage.
    • Take a look at your settings
    • Your Twitter account settings
    • Edit your profile
    • A detailed bio will help people find (and follow) you
    • Customize the design of your homepage to make it stand out
    • This will take you back to your homepage
    • Time to tweet (Remember, no more than 140 characters)
    • Use a site like Bit.ly (http:// bit.ly.com) to make long links short and easy to tweet
    • Let’s find someone to follow
    • How about President Obama? (yeah, he tweets)
    • Here’s his Twitter name
    • Click here to follow him
    • Now all of President Obama’s tweets appear in your timeline
    • Click on any tweet to see some details and options
    • Like adding the tweet to your favorites folder
    • Or “retweeting” to your followers
    • Or replying to the tweet
    • Use Google searches to find people to follow
    • Start tweeting about whatever is you are passionate about...and people will follow.
    • but be careful... It’s addictive
    • Learn more about Twitter for Educator’s at www.83ideas.com
    • And follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/83ideas