Here is a tag cloud created with Tagxedo showing what I tweeted about in 2011. My Twitter handle is dwicksspu. I shared lots of links using the hashtag #mlearning as I prepared for several presentations on mobile learning. My role as co-chair of the MacLearning.org Steering Committee had me frequently using the tag #maclearning and the […]
This week’s EdSurge newsletter shared a site called Visual.ly that plans to offer a tool allowing users to make custom infographics. For now you can share your Twitter handle and it will make an infographic that “explains” your Twitter stats. It is interesting to learn that I am 28.17% interesting.
Seven Steps to Free and Continuous Professional Development Through Twitter Follow active and content-focused colleagues in your discipline Join a “chat” community Monitor hashtags related to your field Establish a social bookmarking account to store your “gold” Automate your social bookmarking posts Reflect on your learning Reciprocity – Give back Part of an online workshop […]
After attended several conferences this year where tweeting was not only allowed but encouraged, I thought that it might be helpful to develop some “twips” for tweeting at a conference. More than anything, this list was created to help me reflect on how I can be a more productive member of the community at this […]
Before Twitter and Twine, I used Delicious to drive my blogging in WordPress. Delicious compiled all bookmarks for a given day and sent them to WordPress. WordPress shared the links as a “Links of the Day” post. I would modify the “Links of the Day” post to create a reflection about the contents of one […]