Twittertalk GLACUHO

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An introductory presentation on the benefits and basics of engaging in Twitter for professional networking and development. Slideshow developed by Melissa Robertson. Content developed by Melissa …

An introductory presentation on the benefits and basics of engaging in Twitter for professional networking and development. Slideshow developed by Melissa Robertson. Content developed by Melissa Robertson, Andy Robison, and Kelley Stier.

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  • 1. Using Twitter forLearning and ProfessionalDevelopment in Res LifePresented to you by:@melpels@kelleystier@robisonandy
  • 2. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 3. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 4. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 5. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 6. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 7. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO• Twitter  is  about  connecting,  not  status  updates…is the new 140 – leave some room! And when125 is not used – MT!• Say  “thank  you”  to  those  who  respond  to  you  – it fillstheir  “buckets”!      Use   !• Don’t  be  afraid  to  reach  out  and  ask  for  advice!• Schedule to meet other Tweeters at conferences –i.e.  “Tweet  Ups”.
  • 8. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 9. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO• Twitter Bio: 160 characters – who you are, whatyou do, what you enjoy, and a link• If using professionally: Institution, link toblog/Facebook/LinkedIn, Strengths and/or MBTI• Separate  the  “trash”  from  the  “treasure”• Do spot checks on who is following you• Google your name and Twitter handle occasionally
  • 10. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO• Building and participating in community• Making Connections• Giving and asking for introductions• Participating in conversation• Asking and answering questions• Recognition and motivation• Book, article, and resource recommendations• Pre-Conference Networking & Tweet-Ups!
  • 11. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 12. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO#GLACUHO#achuhoi#WLSALT#WISA#wihsng#EMChat#SAChat#PurdueResLife#SALead#SAGrad#SAFit#SATech#MMKC#masculinities#SASearch#HigherEd#ResLife
  • 13. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHORecognition &Motivation#onewordArticles/Books#reslife#52in52Tweet-UpsCommunity#sachat#SAFitConferences
  • 14. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO• Engage target audience• Social polling• Accessibility• Quick• Email alternative• Real time• Proactive branding
  • 15. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 16. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHO
  • 17. You could be Tweeting about this! #TweetThisGLACUHOQuestions? Helpful Comments?Tweet with Us!Andy Robison: @robisonandyMelissa Robertson: @melpelsKelley Stier: @kelleystier