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  • Twitter is a microblogging tool that allows users to publish chronologically ordered ‘Tweets’ of 140 characters or less.With Twitter you can have multiple accounts, so you might wish to have different accounts for your personal, professional and organisational uses.
  • Those who read tweets are meant to drink from the stream.Twitter is, in general, not a vehicle for structured, linear conversation.
  • Twitter is good for sharing quick ideas, links and articles.You can access industry experts, authors, like-minded practitioners, fellow hobbyists…and even celebrities.Twitter users can extend their personal learning network.
  • Twitter can be frustrating for liner, sequential thinkers and people who need a great deal of control.Others find the 140 character limit frustrating.In considering who to follow and deciding what you want in your stream, keeping an open mind can help you find interesting people who have new or interesting things to say.
  • The informal, quick nature of Twitter sets it apart from other Social Media tools.Twitter has been described as email 2.0.Twitter is an excellent place for finding industry news, building and sustaining community, offering quick updates an comments, inviting reflections, and supporting informal discussion.It is perfect for supplementing classroom-based instruction, asynchronous e-learning, live online instruction, and other methods of training delivery. It is an idea tool for filling in the spaces in between formal learning, as identified in the 70:20:10 model.
  • IntroductionsIcebreakersRead article at www.article.com and prepare to discussWatch video at www.youtube.com and prepare list of questionsKeep a diary of x for the next 3 days
  • BackchannelIntersession WorkContinue ConversationsTalk to an ExpertDebateRole PlayReflectionsIndependent ResearchRound RobinBrainstorming/PollsKeep Others in LoopFormative Evaluation
  • Summative EvaluationFollow on CoachingHosting ChatsReading ListsRecommend Others for Learners to FollowShare Own Learning
  • Yammer is an enterprise social network.Yammer brings the power of social networking inside the enterprise in a private and secure environment.Yammer has the same level of usability as consumer software like Facebook and Twitter, but its applications have been designed for business collaboration.Unlike Twitter, or Facebook, which is used for broadcasting messages to the public, Yammer is used for private communication within organizations or between organizational members and pre-designated groups, making it an example of enterprise social software. Access to a Yammer network is determined by a user's Internet domain, so only those with appropriate email addresses may join their respective networks.
  • Social Media for Trainers: Techniques for Enhancing and Extending Learning (Essential Tools Resource)Educating Educators with Social Media (Cutting-Edge Technologies in Higher Education)The New Social Learning: A Guide to Transforming Organizations Through Social Media

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