1 - Choose a short Twitter name that captures who you are.
Remember you are limited to 140 characters unless you
TweetLonger. I wanted cybraryman but someone beat me to
it. Alas, I became @cybraryman1 It is probably a
good idea to use your name.
2. Use a picture of yourself. When you attend meetings
people will immediately recognize you.
How to Add a Twitter Profile Picture
3. Your bio should tell about your interests and what you
teach or supervise. This enables those viewing it to know
who you are. Add a link to your blog or website.
4. Get involved in some Twitter Chats. There are many chats
now for most subject areas and grade levels. By doing this you can build your
My TweetDeck Page
My How to take part in a Twitter Chat page
The Official Weekly Twitter
Educational Chat Page
Twitter for Educators: A Beginners Guide
Twitter Cheat Sheet
Twitter for Teachers: A Guide for Beginners
to Fly with Twitter Basics
Teacher's Step by Step Guide to Creating a New Twitter Account
by Gary Feltman
Twitter for Educators - YouTube
Getting Started with Twitter for Educators
to Learn How to Use Twitter:
Teachers | Resources about Joining and Using Twitter for
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