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How to use Tweetchat for  Twitter discussions      Sean Hampton-Cole         @thinkagain
On Monday Evenings 8:30 – 9:30   Dynamic tweechers from around the    country get together to chat about  salient issues f...
1. Go here                                    2. Sign in to twitter             3. Type in ‘edchatsa’’ 4. Click ‘GO’
Follow the conversation live!       Type a message here if you’d like to… If you want a       specific person to read it, ...
The week before, you can vote forthe topic you want to discuss the following Monday on #edchatsaVisit http://edchatsa.co.z...
Happy chatting!
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  1. 1. How to use Tweetchat for Twitter discussions Sean Hampton-Cole @thinkagain
  2. 2. On Monday Evenings 8:30 – 9:30 Dynamic tweechers from around the country get together to chat about salient issues facing education in South Africa Here’s how to join in…
  3. 3. 1. Go here 2. Sign in to twitter 3. Type in ‘edchatsa’’ 4. Click ‘GO’
  4. 4. Follow the conversation live! Type a message here if you’d like to… If you want a specific person to read it, type in their Twitter name – eg; @SeanHamptonCole Don’t forget to click ‘update’ when done! If you’re finicky, you can ‘block’ or ‘feature’ individuals Read messages as they appear You can also reply or retweet
  5. 5. The week before, you can vote forthe topic you want to discuss the following Monday on #edchatsaVisit http://edchatsa.co.za and follow@artpreston on Twitter to find out more aboutvoting and follow ups to #edchatsa
  6. 6. Happy chatting!
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