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Slides used during the IT Brownbag session on using Twitter.

Fordham IT’s ’Brown Bag’ program began in June 2008. This program was designed specifically to spend time with fellow colleagues getting to know what they do on a daily basis. It has evolved into presentations on current projects, lesson learned from conferences, etc.
For more resources on using Twitter and Social media, visit Kristen's protopage:
http://protopage.com/ktreglia

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  • 1. TWITTER The What, Why, and How Kristen A. Treglia Instructional Technologist Fordham University ©2011
  • 2. www.protopage.com/ktregliaTwitter Social Media in Education tab
  • 3. www.fordham.edu/pmo Click on “PMO Corner” Click on “Community Awareness”
  • 4. www.facebook.com/FordhamFTC
  • 5. A couple of brief commentsand observations before starting….
  • 6. Major types of media Year of the FirstNewspaper 1609 Title page of Carolus Relation, the earliest newspaper
  • 7. Major types of media Year of the FirstNewspaper 1609Telephone 1876 Bell on the telephone in New York (calling Chicago) in 1892
  • 8. Major types of media Year of the FirstNewspaper 1609Telephone 1876Television 1927 1928 GE "Octagon" Mechanical Television - 4" Screen
  • 9. Major types of media Year of the FirstNewspaper 1609Telephone 1876Television 1927Cellphone 1973 Martin Cooper, recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award, talks about the future of mobile phones
  • 10. Established in 1996, the 15th Annual Webby Awards received nearly 10,000 entries from all 50 states and over 60 countries worldwide.
  • 11. Major types of media Year of the FirstNewspaper 1609Telephone 1876 Berners-Lee at the TED 2009Television 1927 Conference in Long Beach, California.Cellphone 1973 This NeXT Computer was usedInternet* 1989 by Berners-Lee at CERN and became the worlds first web server.
  • 12. Major types of media Year of the First Year of the first ∆ years it takes 1 million users/subscribers to reach 1 million usersNewspaper 1609 1890’s 281Telephone 1876 1899 23Television 1927 1948 21Cellphone 1973 1986 13Internet 1989 1989 <1
  • 13. …and communication tools are used to transfer information…
  • 14. “ Basically, a human being is a social animal. So, if you create some short moment of happiness for people, you get deep satisfaction. ~Dalai Lama
  • 15. www.google.com/voice
  • 16. …and communication tools are used to transfer information…
  • 17. 3.6 Zetabytes a day, would be equivalent to over 70% of Manhattan
  • 18. 1983 IBM introduces the IBM PC/XT,with 10 MB hard drive and 128 kB RAM,for US$5000
  • 19. CrunchGear published that theNational Security Agency (NSA) isforecasting it may need yottabytesof storage to keep all of itssurveillance data by 2015.
  • 20. 294 BILLION average number of emails sent per day
  • 21. 2 BILLIONvideos watchedper day on YouTube(35 HOURS of videoare uploaded to YouTubeevery MINUTE)
  • 22. 3.6 Zettabytesis equivalent to almost 4 BILLION Terabytes
  • 23. By the way,the figure that Americans consume3.6 zettabytes of information a day…was reported in 2008
  • 24. Martin HilbertUSC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
  • 25. Now, I just want to point outone more thing about information ….
  • 26. What about? Finding
  • 27. What about? FindingEvaluating
  • 28. What about? FindingEvaluatingOrganizing
  • 29. What about? FindingEvaluatingOrganizing Remixing
  • 30. What about? FindingEvaluatingOrganizing RemixingPublishing
  • 31. Google vsSocial Media
  • 32. Thank god for Google, right?
  • 33. Thank god for Google, right? ….not exactly
  • 34. So in effect
  • 35. So in effectAlgorithm
  • 36. So in effect vs.Algorithm Social Filter
  • 37. view a short clip from “Grey’s Anatomy” http://bit.ly/jzCNsg
  • 38. But what about thereal world?
  • 39. Ok, that’s cool, but…What are someREALreasons why I would want to tweet
  • 40. Share resources and links to events, news, and blog postsEngagement through dialogPost real-time updatesDevelop a PLN
  • 41. ExamplesFollow experts in your field “ We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. ~ Pierre Omidyar
  • 42. ExamplesFollow experts in your fieldPromote a cause and spread awareness “ We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. ~ Pierre Omidyar
  • 43. ExamplesFollow experts in your fieldPromote a cause and spread awareness Collaborate with people in your field “ We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. ~ Pierre Omidyar
  • 44. ExamplesFollow academic, literary or political figuresFollow experts in your fieldPromote a cause and spread awareness Collaborate with people in your field “ We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. ~ Pierre Omidyar
  • 45. ExamplesFollow academic, literary or political figuresFollow experts in your field Follow conversations at conferencesPromote a cause and spread awareness Collaborate with people in your field “ We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. ~ Pierre Omidyar
  • 46. ExamplesFollow academic, literary or political figures Tweet questions for instant feedbackFollow experts in your field Follow conversations at conferencesPromote a cause and spread awareness Collaborate with people in your field “ We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. ~ Pierre Omidyar
  • 47. ExamplesFollow academic, literary or political figures Tweet questions for instant feedback Network with people in similar or interesting career pathsFollow experts in your field Follow conversations at conferencesPromote a cause and spread awareness Collaborate with people in your field “ We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. ~ Pierre Omidyar
  • 48. ExamplesFollow academic, literary or political figures Tweet questions for instant feedback Network with people in similar or interesting career pathsFollow experts in your field Follow conversations at conferencesPromote a cause and spread awareness Collaborate with people in your fieldConnect and share with people whocare about what you care about “ We have technology, finally, that for the first time in human history allows people to really maintain rich connections with much larger numbers of people. ~ Pierre Omidyar
  • 49. Create a Twitter Accountwww.twitter.com
  • 50. Create a Twitter AccountSign up (usual rigmarole)
  • 51. Create a Twitter Account Sign up (usual rigmarole)NOTE fill out your profile… write a short bio mentioning your expertise/interests/purpose
  • 52. Create a Twitter Account Sign up (usual rigmarole)NOTE choose an avatar and background
  • 53. Create a Twitter Account Sign up (usual rigmarole)NOTE don’t forget to link to your website/blog
  • 54. Create a Twitter Account Sign up (usual rigmarole)NOTE turn off location tweets, enable https!
  • 55. Create a Twitter Account Sign up (usual rigmarole)NOTE stuck? you can always finish/change your profile and username later!
  • 56. Create a Twitter Account Sign up (usual rigmarole)NOTE Twitter support: https://support.twitter.com
  • 57. SomeTwitter Basics
  • 58. SomeTwitter BasicsThe # symbol, called a hashtag, is usedto mark keywords or topics in a Tweet.It was created organically by Twitterusers as a way to categorize messages.
  • 59. Some Twitter BasicsChat Schedule
  • 60. Some Twitter BasicsChat ScheduleHigher Ed people on Twitter
  • 61. Some Twitter BasicsChat ScheduleHigher Ed people on TwitterWeFollow
  • 62. Some Twitter BasicsChat ScheduleHigher Ed people on TwitterWeFollowHashtags.org
  • 63. Some Twitter BasicsTwitter Memes
  • 64. SomeTwitter Basics
  • 65. Additional tips and tools Packrati.us
  • 66. Additional tips and tools Packrati.us TwapperKeeper
  • 67. Additional tips and tools Packrati.us TwapperKeeper Klout
  • 68. Additional tips and tools Packrati.us TwapperKeeper Klout One Forty
  • 69. Additional tips and tools Packrati.us TwapperKeeper Klout One Forty Twitter Clients
  • 70. Download Tweetdeckwww.tweetdeck.com-or-find it in the app store
  • 71. Tweetdeck
  • 72. Tweetdeckmy settings
  • 73. Tweetdeckmy settings
  • 74. Tweetdeckmysettings
  • 75. TweetdeckLet’s add a column!
  • 76. Tweetdeck#technology
  • 77. Tweetdeck Twitter Lists1. Roll over twitter avatar, select “Other actions”
  • 78. Tweetdeck Twitter Lists1. Under the “User” option, select “Add to group/list”
  • 79. One last thing…
  • 80. it’s ok to be a lurker!
  • 81. visit my page at: about.me/kristentTweet me!@kris10_
  • 82. Black Background by Freemanvia http://iamfreeman.deviantart.com