Educators A-Z of Twitter

As we move into our last week, let’s start thinking about the mechanics of Twitter.

Here is a great infographic from #ukedchat that you can refer to as you need to.  Try to spend some time learning about Twitter norms. Thanks to Stacey Wallwin for sharing this on Twitter yesterday.

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Educators A-Z of Twitter | Piktochart Infographic Editor

Source: Educators A-Z of Twitter | Piktochart Infographic Editor

A Course or a MOOC?

This “course” is set up as an asynchronous MOOC. We would like you to think about how this course is different from others you may have “taken”.  Sometimes teams or groups of educators work through this course together so that they can share their learning.

 

This course is a tiny MOOC.  What does that mean?  We think Dave Cormier explains it really well.  For the full video, check out our OSSEMOOC site here.  For more information on kinds of MOOCs, an explanation can be found here.

Please click on the title (Twitter for Absolute Beginners) to go back to the list of “lessons”.