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Education is Now SocialLeveraging Twitter to engage studentsand expand your professionalknowledge
Who We Are, What We DoEasyBib is an intuitiveinformation literacyplatform, with websiteevaluation, research, notetaking an...
In the Classroom
Comfort LevelsWhat do teens share on social media?• 91% post photos• 71% post city/town of residence• 53% post their email...
Student Success“Social networking sites serve as an integralmode of communication for middle schoolstudents.”"Teacher Twee...
Direct Correlation"Teacher Tweets Improve Achievement for Eighth Grade Science Students." Journal of Systemics, Cybernetic...
Encourage ParticipationCollege professor used Twitter to:• Create live stream of discussion• Encourage participation• Conn...
Classroom Hashtag Chat• Create unique name for hashtag• Not #eng103• But #eng103SBU• Have students follow your account for...
Primary SourcesLocate quotes from public figures to useas primary source in research
Verified AccountsDetermine authority by looking forTwitter’s Verified iconVerified Accounts(identified by this blueicon) “...
Track Public Opinion• National events, suchas the State of theUnion, can be trackedby hashtags• Gather opinions fromreport...
Track Breaking NewsOpportunity to:• Evaluate news sources• Collect primarysources/first-hand accounts• Compare conflicting...
For Professional Development
• Facilitate discussion with professionalpeers• Share resources• Discover resources• Professional literature• Breaking new...
Personal Learning Networks(PLNs)• Converse witheducational leaders inthe field• Form workingrelationships• Explore opportu...
Hashtags• Classify tweets based on topic/keywords• Aggregate relevant tweets• Group live discussion into one stream• Sever...
View all, or filter bypopularity/people youfollowHashtagHashtag Search See what’s trending(most popular hashtags) Find n...
Hashtags for K-12
Hashtags for Academia
Twitter ToolsSave forlaterShare withothersDiscuss
Increase Your VisibilityBE ACTIVE!• Add hashtags in or at end of tweet• Share your knowledge/experiences• Offer advice, re...
BibliographyAnderson, Steven. "The Twitter Toolbox for Educators." Teacher Librarian Oct. 2011: 27-30. Academic SearchComp...
Madden, Mary, Amanda Lenhart, Sandra Cortesi, Urs Gasser, Maeve Duggan, and Aaron Smith. "Teens, SocialMedia, and Privacy....
Emily Goveremily@imagineeasy.com@Emily_EasyBibEasyBib LibrariansContact Us!Caity Selleckcaitlyn@imagineeasy.com@Caity_Easy...
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Twitter has over 500 million users. It's easy to claim that the platform is here to stay (well, until the next big thing, of course). Your students are using it. Your colleagues are using it. Your vendors are using it. But how can you effectively use it as a classroom and a professional development tool?

There is much to be learned from Twitter, and we will discuss how you can use Twitter to educate both your students, as well how best to leverage Twitter to your needs.

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  • Significant correlation between the use of Twitter and student performance on both standardized tests given to the students which contributed to the overall academic performance of the students who utilized Twitter.
  • Professor had students post comments or questions under a hashtag, created live stream. Could ask questions during a large lecture class with ease. Also encouraged participation
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    1. 1. Education is Now SocialLeveraging Twitter to engage studentsand expand your professionalknowledge
    2. 2. Who We Are, What We DoEasyBib is an intuitiveinformation literacyplatform, with websiteevaluation, research, notetaking and citation tools.Emily Gover, MSIS Caity Selleck, MLISResearchReady is a cloud-based instructional andassessment platform thatteaches students importantcritical thinking andinformation literacy skills.
    3. 3. In the Classroom
    4. 4. Comfort LevelsWhat do teens share on social media?• 91% post photos• 71% post city/town of residence• 53% post their email address• 20% share their cell phone numbers"Teens, Social Media, and Privacy." Pew Research Centers Internet & American Life Project.
    5. 5. Student Success“Social networking sites serve as an integralmode of communication for middle schoolstudents.”"Teacher Tweets Improve Achievement for Eighth Grade Science Students." Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics & Informatics.Middle schoolstudents usesocial media atleast 2x per week.60%Use socialmedia2x+/wk.
    6. 6. Direct Correlation"Teacher Tweets Improve Achievement for Eighth Grade Science Students." Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics & Informatics.TwitterUseTest PerformanceReminders about:• Homework assignments• Test dates• Study guides
    7. 7. Encourage ParticipationCollege professor used Twitter to:• Create live stream of discussion• Encourage participation• Connect students directly during classCould also serve as a “catch-up”option for missed classes."Twitter Takes a Trip to College." U.S. News & World Report.
    8. 8. Classroom Hashtag Chat• Create unique name for hashtag• Not #eng103• But #eng103SBU• Have students follow your account forupdates (required or optional)• Retweet questions from students (and reply)• Hold class discussions“Social Media in Online Higher Education: Implementing Live Twitter Chat Discussion Sessions." Online College.
    9. 9. Primary SourcesLocate quotes from public figures to useas primary source in research
    10. 10. Verified AccountsDetermine authority by looking forTwitter’s Verified iconVerified Accounts(identified by this blueicon) “establishauthenticity ofidentities on Twitter.”“FAQs about Verified Accounts.” Twitter Help Center.
    11. 11. Track Public Opinion• National events, suchas the State of theUnion, can be trackedby hashtags• Gather opinions fromreporters, public figuresand the general public
    12. 12. Track Breaking NewsOpportunity to:• Evaluate news sources• Collect primarysources/first-hand accounts• Compare conflictinginformation• Discuss pros/cons ofbreaking news via socialmedia
    13. 13. For Professional Development
    14. 14. • Facilitate discussion with professionalpeers• Share resources• Discover resources• Professional literature• Breaking newsWhy Twitter for PD?
    15. 15. Personal Learning Networks(PLNs)• Converse witheducational leaders inthe field• Form workingrelationships• Explore opportunitiesto collaborate withothers (Skype chats)• Receive support,advice in an openforum“The Twitter Toolbox for Educators.” Teacher Librarian.
    16. 16. Hashtags• Classify tweets based on topic/keywords• Aggregate relevant tweets• Group live discussion into one stream• Several “established” hashtags (#edchat #tlchat)• Uncontrolled – you can create hashtag onanything
    17. 17. View all, or filter bypopularity/people youfollowHashtagHashtag Search See what’s trending(most popular hashtags) Find new people tofollow Participate indiscussions
    18. 18. Hashtags for K-12
    19. 19. Hashtags for Academia
    20. 20. Twitter ToolsSave forlaterShare withothersDiscuss
    21. 21. Increase Your VisibilityBE ACTIVE!• Add hashtags in or at end of tweet• Share your knowledge/experiences• Offer advice, reach out for help• Retweet others (give credit!)• Don’t be shy: startconversations/discussions
    22. 22. BibliographyAnderson, Steven. "The Twitter Toolbox for Educators." Teacher Librarian Oct. 2011: 27-30. Academic SearchComplete. Web. 17 June 2013.Blumengarten, Jerry. "Some Educational Hashtags." Cybrary Mans Educational Web Sites. N.p., 2013. Web. 17June 2013. <http://cybraryman.com/edhashtags.html>.Carol, Van Vooren, and Bess Corey. "Teacher Tweets Improve Achievement for Eighth Grade Science Students."Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics & Informatics 11.1 (2013): 33-36. Academic Search Complete. Web. 14June 2013.Devaney, Laura. "The Benefits of Using Social Media in the Classroom | ESchool News." ESchool News. ESchoolMedia, 23 Jan. 2013. Web. 12 June 2013. <http://www.eschoolnews.com/2013/01/23/the-benefits-of-using-social-media-in-the-classroom/>.Duggan, Maeve, and Joanna Brenner. "The Demographics of Social Media Users — 2012." Pew ResearchCenters Internet & American Life Project. PewResearchCenter, 14 Feb. 2013. Web. 12 June 2013.<http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2013/Social-media-users.aspx>."FAQs about Verified Accounts." Twitter Help Center. Twitter, 2013. Web. 19 June 2013.<https://support.twitter.com/groups/31-twitter-basics/topics/111-features/articles/119135-about-verified-accounts>.Lepi, Katie. "300+ Educational Twitter Hashtags Being Used Right Now." Edudemic. Edudemic, 17 Sept. 2012.Web. 14 June 2013. <http://www.edudemic.com/2012/09/twitter-hashtags-now/>.
    23. 23. Madden, Mary, Amanda Lenhart, Sandra Cortesi, Urs Gasser, Maeve Duggan, and Aaron Smith. "Teens, SocialMedia, and Privacy." Pew Research Centers Internet & American Life Project. PewResearchCenter, 21 May2013. Web. 12 June 2013. <http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2013/Teens-Social-Media-And-Privacy.aspx>.Meng-Fen, Lin, Hoffman Ellen, and Borengasser Claire. "Is Social Media Too Social for Class? A Case Study ofTwitter Use." TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning 57.2 (2013): 39-45. AcademicSearch Complete. Web. 14 June 2013.Miners, Zach. "Twitter Takes a Trip to College." U.S. News & World Report Sept. 2009: 56-57. Academic SearchComplete. Web. 14 June 2013.Murray, Tom, Chad Evans, and Jerry Blumengarten. "Weekly Twitter Chat Times." Weekly Twitter Chat Times.N.p., 2013. Web. 17 June 2013.<https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AiftIdjCeWSXdDRLRzNsVktUUGJpRWJhdUlWLS1Genc>.Nussbaum-Beach, Sheryl. "Just the Facts: PLNs." Phi Delta Kappan 1 Apr. 2013: 16-17. Academic SearchComplete. Web. 17 June 2013.Rao, Aditi. "22 Ways To Use Twitter With Bloom’s Taxonomy." Weblog post. TeachBytes. TeachBytes, 25 Mar.2013. Web. 17 June 2013. <http://teachbytes.com/2013/03/25/22-ways-to-use-twitter-with-blooms-taxonomy/>.Venable, Melissa A., and Laura Milligan. Social Media in Online Higher Education: Implementing Live Twitter ChatDiscussion Sessions. N.p.: Online College, Mar. 2012. PDF.Bibliography
    24. 24. Emily Goveremily@imagineeasy.com@Emily_EasyBibEasyBib LibrariansContact Us!Caity Selleckcaitlyn@imagineeasy.com@Caity_EasyBib• Certificates of completion• Questions, commentsResearchReady
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