Every answer serves as a starting point, not an end point. It invites us to ask more and better questions. (Douglas & Seely Brown, 2011, 82)
What is a Tweet Chat?
A TweetChat is a virtual meeting or gathering on Twitter to discuss a common topic. The chat usually lasts one hour and will include some questions to stimulate discussion. Questions will be preceded with Q1, Q2, Q3 etc
For example: Q1 What apps or services do you use to connect with others online? #LTHEchat
Where will I find the TweetChat?
Create an account on Twitter and then use the search facility to find #LTHEchat
(Depending on your Twitter tool you may be able to save this) or follow this link #LTHEChat.
How do I take part?
If you wish to respond to a question include the hashtag #LTHEchat
within your tweet and precede your tweet with A1, A2, A3 etc.
For example: A1 I have made new professional connections through using LinkedIn #LTHEchat
Do I have to tweet to take part?
No you don’t though your contributions will be valued! By following the hashtag #LTHEchat you can simply read the questions raised and answers by those who respond.
If I can’t make the time slot can I follow the TweetChat later?
Yes you can view the discussion by searching for #LTHEchat
Will there be a summary of the session made available afterwards?
Yes – we will use Wakelet to summarise the conversations that each question gives rise to, and post the results back to #LTHEchat
When will the #LTHEchat take place?
Every Wednesday between 8-9pm UK time
Douglas, T. & Seely Brown, J. (2011) A new culture of learning. Cultivating the imagination for a world of constant change
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