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    Twitter. Tweet Tweet Tweet
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    {Twibe_logo.png} Here is a feed of Tweets from teachers
    {Twitter_screenshot.png} Here is a screenshot from my Twitter homepage
    Using Twitter
    ...
    to Twitter.com
    Choose your username and an avatar carefully
    Choose a username that makes it easier for others to relate to you as a real person and conveys the right impression of who you are. I have played with my Ms. B. is Online identity so my username is that MsBisOnline.
    ...
    I have a GMail account, so I just exported my contacts Gmail and it worked flawlessly. However, if you get stuck, forget this step. You can add your friends later.
    I did NOT invite my friends to Twitter, but you may decide to do so. I just don’t like to get these kinds of invites, so I would rather not send them.
    ...
    home page: http://Twitter.com/home .http://Twitter.com/home. Click on
    Complete your bio and add your blog URL (if applicable) — people use this information to decide whether they follow you (Settings > Profile).
    Upload your twitter avatar — people are less likely follow those using the default avatar (Settings > Profile)
    ...
    3. You need to decide whether or not to set up your phone.. By doing so, you can receive updates from those you are following (or just some of them) as well as send your own updates. It’s all done through text messaging (e.g., SMS).
    However, be forewarned: While Twitter doesn’t charge anything for this service, your phone carrier might. Most of the current phones have Twitter applications so this step is really unnecessary.
    ...
    Twitter search page .page.
    For lists of educators you can do several different things:
    ...
    Me MsBisOnline https://twitter.com/MsBisOnline
    Here
    https://twitter.com/MsBisOnline
    Here
    is a
    ...
    Tweeters http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/curriculum/tech/socialnetwork/twitter/twitterLA.htm
    Follow lists of teachers that have been generated by teachers
    http://twitter.com/MsBisOnline/latchrs
    ...
    http://tweepml.org/Sean-Banville-recommends-you-follow-these-people/
    http://tweepml.org/follow/?q=teachers This page will take you to a page that holds lists upon lists of educators to choose to follow.
    ...
    Twitter home page .page.
    5. Learn the basic commands. Think of Twitter as a room full of people, all sitting in a circle. It’s a conversation. When you update your status, you are speaking to the whole group. Everyone can hear what you have to say.
    Replies. If you want to direct your comments to one specific person in the circle, but loud enough that everyone else can hear, you use the “Reply” function. You address the person by using their Twitter user name preceded by the “@” symbol. For example:
    ...
    downtown Franklin.
    Everyone who is following me will see the message, but I am specifically directing it to Spence.
    You can also use the Reply function to refer to someone by name. For example:
    I’m headed to dinner at Tin Angel with @gailhyatt and @meghyatt.
    ...
    new menu.
    The thing about replies is that they are “clickable links.” If someone who is following me, clicks on one of the names, they will automatically go to that person’s Twitter page. This will give them the opportunity to follow that person, too.
    Direct Messages. Continuing with the metaphor of a conversation with a room full of people, you can also use the “direct message” function. This is like whispering in one person’s ear. They can hear you, but no one else can. You are directing the message to them and only them. For example:
    d lnobles Can you bring my Business Review notebook down to the cafeteria conference room?
    ...
    the FAQ page .page.
    6. Start Tweeting. So now you're setup. It’s time to start Tweeting. You can do this from your Twitter home page or from your cell phone. The main thing you need to know is that the message can no longer than 140 characters long. If you use the Web page, the entry field will automatically count your characters.
    How often should you Tweet? That’s the 30-character question. I think 10–12 should be the upper limit. Obviously, there’s a balance here. Some of the people I follow, Tweet way more than that. The real issue is whether or not you are adding something of value.
    ...
    You need to think about the fact that crazy people and criminals have Twitter accounts, too. You especially need to be cautious about sharing too much private information that could compromise your safety or that of your loved ones and your professional career.
    Consider third-party apps. An entire eco-system has sprung up around Twitter. Here are some of my favorite applications:
    Twitter forfor Facebook application.
    ...
    brief tutorial here .)
    TweetDeck .
    here.)
    TweetDeck.
    This is
    Twitter is one of those apps that is best learned by using it. The most important thing you can do is get started. You really can’t make that many mistakes. Just remember to have fun and enjoy the people you meet online.
    ...
    TWITTER RESOURCES \\
    TeachersOnTwitter Twitter Group
    Join this group now, or create your own Twitter Group.
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Sunday, October 21

Friday, September 28

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    Twitter. Tweet Tweet Tweet
    twitter ad
    twitter advertisement

    {Twibe_logo.png} Here is a feed of Tweets from teachers
    {Twitter_screenshot.png} Here is a screenshot from my Twitter homepage
    Using Twitter
    ...
    to Twitter.com
    Choose your username and an avatar carefully
    Choose a username that makes it easier for others to relate to you as a real person and conveys the right impression of who you are. I have played with my Ms. B. is Online identity so my username is that MsBisOnline.
    ...
    I have a GMail account, so I just exported my contacts Gmail and it worked flawlessly. However, if you get stuck, forget this step. You can add your friends later.
    I did NOT invite my friends to Twitter, but you may decide to do so. I just don’t like to get these kinds of invites, so I would rather not send them.
    ...
    home page: http://Twitter.com/home.http://Twitter.com/home . Click on
    Complete your bio and add your blog URL (if applicable) — people use this information to decide whether they follow you (Settings > Profile).
    Upload your twitter avatar — people are less likely follow those using the default avatar (Settings > Profile)
    ...
    3. You need to decide whether or not to set up your phone.. By doing so, you can receive updates from those you are following (or just some of them) as well as send your own updates. It’s all done through text messaging (e.g., SMS).
    However, be forewarned: While Twitter doesn’t charge anything for this service, your phone carrier might. Most of the current phones have Twitter applications so this step is really unnecessary.
    ...
    Twitter search page.page .
    For lists of educators you can do several different things:
    ...
    Me MsBisOnline https://twitter.com/MsBisOnline
    Here
    https://twitter.com/MsBisOnline
    Here
    is a
    ...
    Tweeters http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/curriculum/tech/socialnetwork/twitter/twitterLA.htm
    Follow lists of teachers that have been generated by teachers
    http://twitter.com/MsBisOnline/latchrs
    ...
    http://tweepml.org/Sean-Banville-recommends-you-follow-these-people/
    http://tweepml.org/follow/?q=teachers This page will take you to a page that holds lists upon lists of educators to choose to follow.
    ...
    Twitter home page.page .
    5. Learn the basic commands. Think of Twitter as a room full of people, all sitting in a circle. It’s a conversation. When you update your status, you are speaking to the whole group. Everyone can hear what you have to say.
    Replies. If you want to direct your comments to one specific person in the circle, but loud enough that everyone else can hear, you use the “Reply” function. You address the person by using their Twitter user name preceded by the “@” symbol. For example:
    ...
    downtown Franklin.
    Everyone who is following me will see the message, but I am specifically directing it to Spence.
    You can also use the Reply function to refer to someone by name. For example:
    I’m headed to dinner at Tin Angel with @gailhyatt and @meghyatt.
    ...
    new menu.
    The thing about replies is that they are “clickable links.” If someone who is following me, clicks on one of the names, they will automatically go to that person’s Twitter page. This will give them the opportunity to follow that person, too.
    Direct Messages. Continuing with the metaphor of a conversation with a room full of people, you can also use the “direct message” function. This is like whispering in one person’s ear. They can hear you, but no one else can. You are directing the message to them and only them. For example:
    d lnobles Can you bring my Business Review notebook down to the cafeteria conference room?
    ...
    the FAQ page.page .
    6. Start Tweeting. So now you're setup. It’s time to start Tweeting. You can do this from your Twitter home page or from your cell phone. The main thing you need to know is that the message can no longer than 140 characters long. If you use the Web page, the entry field will automatically count your characters.
    How often should you Tweet? That’s the 30-character question. I think 10–12 should be the upper limit. Obviously, there’s a balance here. Some of the people I follow, Tweet way more than that. The real issue is whether or not you are adding something of value.
    ...
    You need to think about the fact that crazy people and criminals have Twitter accounts, too. You especially need to be cautious about sharing too much private information that could compromise your safety or that of your loved ones and your professional career.
    Consider third-party apps. An entire eco-system has sprung up around Twitter. Here are some of my favorite applications:
    Twitter for for Facebook application.
    ...
    brief tutorial here.)
    TweetDeck.
    here .)
    TweetDeck .
    This is
    Twitter is one of those apps that is best learned by using it. The most important thing you can do is get started. You really can’t make that many mistakes. Just remember to have fun and enjoy the people you meet online.
    ...
    TWITTER RESOURCES \ \
    TeachersOnTwitter Twitter Group
    Join this group now, or create your own Twitter Group.
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Thursday, May 31

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    I will house ... tech stuff here.
    Click on the help link above to learn more about how to use your wiki.

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