Jetlagged here but back from an incredible time in London for Internet Librarian International. While the fun in Monterey continues, I’m in Illinois prepping for the next few things and excited about this post from Hey Jude:
After using Twitter for IDEA2008 and ILI2008, these thoughts for conference microblogging, etc are spot on:
Yesterday in a two part session at ILI2008, I joined Thomas Brevik, Michael Casey for a panel discussion on “Next Generation Libraries.” It wasn’t just us talking – many people in the room joined in creating a lively debate/discussion about libraries, vendors, technology, attitude, and LIS edu.
Take a look at David Kemper’s post:
Micro-Interactions in a 2.0 World (v2)
View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: web 2.0) I wanted to stand up and cheer. My conference notes are here: http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23IDEA2008+mstephens7 [...]
I take notes, share those notes, and build a community with my peers – just by using twitter -it’s really quite simple.
This is how I feel about Twitter in the classroom. But the 9/18/08 article over at Techdirt, and the comments in particular, paints some different hues (see: “Should you live blog/twitter a [...]
Frustrated, she logged on to Twitter from her BlackBerry and typed “Damn Internet down in my house. Arrrrrgh. Can’t fix until Thursday. Shoot me.”
Twitter kicked in. Wallace didn’t know that Comcast had a digital detecting unit searching the Internet diligently looking for unhappy customers who needed help. Frank Eliason heads that unit for [...]
Via Warren’s SLJ Learning 2.0 blog:
One twitter tool I have found facinating is monitter. The page has three columns where you can enter search words you want to monitor on twitter – your library name (or your name!) perhaps. Then as it finds tweets containing those words, the column will fill up and add [...]
Via Linda Braun, I followed the links and found out that many of the characters on one of my favorite TV shows are on Twitter!
File this under PR and Marketing 2.0:
Update: Twitter has responded back to me on the issue. Apparently it wasn’t a spam issue, but rather a Digital Millennium [...]
Twitter breaks down barriers in the Classroom:
As an experiment, Parry made Twitter a class assignment and got his students to engage in microblogging as homework. He observed how Twitter became the link that connected conversations inside and out of class. “Because the students had the shared classroom experience, when something came up outside of class that [...]
Nice post by Heather about using Twitter to tap into the knowledge of her group.
One of our assignments was to Google the benefits of eLearning and share our findings with the class. Of course, I have to be different and I was curious to see what members of my PLN thought benefits of [...]
Amanda Clay Powers writes:
i’m following 51 people on twitter. today one of them “tweeted” that it was shawerma wednesday at shaherazad, our local mediterrenean restaurant. i love shawerma wednesday, but i’d forgotten all about it.
when i signed up for twitter it was an experiment. i looked for everyone at msu and in starkville–there weren’t [...]