LSE Teaching Day 2010 Online
If you are tweeting about teaching day please include the conference
hashtag*:


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Lse teaching Day Online

  1. 1. LSE Teaching Day 2010 Online If you are tweeting about teaching day please include the conference hashtag*: #lsetd10 If you are blogging about teaching day, saving bookmarks to delicious, adding photos to Flickr etc then please use the conference tag*: lsetd10 *What are tags & hashtags? Tags are keywords used to identify information online. Tagging is an alternative to putting things in folders. Many online tools such as blogs take advantage of tagging to help us (re)locate resources. For example, bookmarks (favourite websites) saved by teaching day participants who use the ‘delicious’ bookmarking tool can be found here: http://delicious.com/tag/lsetd10 A hashtag is specific to Twitter and is prefixed by #. Twitter is used at conferences as a communication ‘backchannel’, a way for participants to share information, ask questions & make contact during the event. LSE Teaching Day tweets: http://search.twitter.com/search?q=lsetd10 To find out more about conference tags, backchannels and the related tools please visit the Centre for Learning Technology stand on the Lower Ground Floor, NAB during lunch.

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