Monthly Archives: February 2016

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Live Tweeting Academic Events: After the Event and Additional Resources (Part III)

Live tweeting is a way to encourage event participants to engage in discussions beyond the event space and to share their ideas broadly on their social networks. In this post, the last in a series about live tweeting, we discuss what to do with your tweets after an event and identify some resources for more tips and tricks for live tweeting an event without a hitch.
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Live Tweeting Academic Events: During the Event (Part II)

Live tweeting is a way to encourage event participants to engage in discussions beyond the event space and to share their ideas broadly on their social networks. In this post, the second in a series about live tweeting, we tackle the work of actually live tweeting during the event. If you haven’t already, you may want to check out our post on what to do to prepare to live tweet an event.
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Live Tweeting Academic Events: Before the Event (Part I)

Live tweeting is a way to encourage event participants to engage in discussions beyond the event space and to share their ideas broadly on their social networks. In this post, the first in a series about live tweeting, we discuss how to prepare for live tweeting an event and the tools, tips, and tricks to pulling it off without a hitch. Continue reading

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