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Starting a Class, School, or District Twitter Account

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If you have a personal Twitter account, then you are probably aware of how useful they can be for personal and professional development. But have you ever considered setting up a class, school, or district Twitter account? How should these accounts be different? What should you consider before starting one? Join us as we will look at things to think about before starting an account and where to find the resources to jump into the conversation.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, July 11, 2019 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Communication & Collaboration, Social Media
Tags: Administrator Resources, class account, classroom, Communication and Collaboration, district account, school account, Social Media, twitter

Reviews (18)

Most helpful, thank you so much.
Basic Member
This webinar was helpful. I still want one that tells me how to follow. I want it to show me the twitter site and what everything means. I am just not getting where I tweet once I have my account.
Basic Member
Very informative.
Full Member
Thank you for mapping out the Twitterverse in your webinar.
The ideas for using Twitter for educational purposes are sound and I will be sharing them with members of my department.
Full Member
Thanks for this insightful discussion to help break down the Twitter world! You had some helpful ideas that I didnít think of!
Full Member
Thanks for the info and ideas!
Full Member
I liked the refresher course about Twitter and learned about the #.
Basic Member
This is a great resource to use to feel more comfortable about starting my classroom Twitter account. Thank you for sharing!
Basic Member
Thank you for the information. I am thinking about starting a twitter account thanks to you.
Basic Member
Thank you for the information. Plenty of good advice for anyone thinking about starting a class twitter account.
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