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Here’s how you can use Twitter to enhance your organization’s collective intelligence. Getting set up: First, you’re going to need a Twitter account (obviously). Set up an account as you typically would, but I recommend adjusting your privacy settings to … Continue reading
Twitter may have started off as a fun social media site for keeping up with friends and sharing updates about daily life, but it’s become much more than that for many users over the past few years as the site … Continue reading
Although LinkedIn gets a lot of love as a professional social media site, Twitter is a force that can’t be ignored by up-and-coming young professionals. It’s a great place to get connected and informed, and an especially good resource for … Continue reading
Hashtag is a great way for users to get a tweet to appear in search results and discussion threads. An example of a hashtag is #edtech that is used by thousands of educators all around the world. People following this … Continue reading
Twitter is a powerful communications tool, but figuring out the best way to use it can be somewhat of a mystery. Twitter mastery can be especially daunting for nonprofits and other cause-based organizations, whose staffs have heard that Twitter can … Continue reading
Read The # symbol, called a hashtag, is used to mark keyword or topic in a Tweet. Any Twitter user can categorize or follow topics with hashtags.Those hashtags (usually) mean something and are a great way to get a tweet … Continue reading
Read Just like Augustine marveled, in the year 400, at the sight of Ambrose reading in silence, many members of academia marvel (or react with rejection) at the rapid changes in the production and dissemination of scholarly work and interaction … Continue reading
Read Si soleis acudir a eventos os habréis dado cuenta de que mientras el ponente hace su presentación, los oyentes suelen tener la cabeza agachada, mirando una pantalla, ya sea de un portátil o un dispositivo móvil y sus dedos … Continue reading