How to Contribute via Twitter
Twitter is perhaps the easiest, quickest way to share resources, have discussions via social media as short messages 140 characters or less. And you can tweet via the web, smartphone, even SMS. You may look through the instructions at Elitewritings.com.
See the Twitter Hub
How to Get Started
If you do not have a twitter account, you can create one at http://twitter.com. A good place to start is to follow people you are interested in listening to, colleagues, and friends.
How to Contribute to the Massive Site
To have your tweet appear on the site, just include our hashtag
#t509massive in a twitter message and we will collect it here on the Course twitter hub. For example see these example tweets (see how they can include media and links).
Just began a blog last Sunday — fun and intimidating — am getting up the courage to share an educational post! #hgsepzfol
— Joan S Soble (@JoanSoWhat) July 2, 2013
"@PrincipalThinks: Just started reading Visible Learners http://t.co/TNLUVJhCTs #hgsepzfol" #miched
— Rod Rock (@RodRock1) July 1, 2013
#hgsepzfol So what role do the arts play in the future of learning? pic.twitter.com/CPRtSxeygf
— fred (@fredrburton) July 1, 2013
Note that the course site will only check once an hour for new tweets, so there can be a short lag before your most recent ones appear in the hub.
If you lack a smart phone, you can also post to this site via SMS- see the guide Getting started with twitter via SMS — just remember to use the hashtag
#t509massive in your message.
- Twitter 101L Getting Started with Twitter (twitter.com)
- How to Use Twitter (Wiki-How)
- How to Use Twitter (HowCast)