8 great ways to jumpstart your Google+/Twitter PLN
Sometimes we need connections that are more high touch than high tech. Some problems require ongoing collaboration with people we can count on to be at a given place at a given time because it matters to both of us, not just whoever happens to be online at a given moment.
Connected educators model collaboration, learning, and growth for their students by embracing those same qualities in their own professional development.
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[Infographic] Librarian Twitter Chats - great list of librarian hashtags to follow.
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Great tools to expand your professional development and PLN.
Whether you’re a Twitter pro or newer to the network, whether you plan to host your own chat or if you look forward to participating in others, a bit of advance preparation could help. Here’s what we've discovered so far to help you make the most of Twitter chats.
Isn't that the truth.
A printable 1-page Twitter guide for all skill levels
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Not just a great list of ways to build your PLN and develop relationships, but also a list of 27 people on Twitter you should be following.
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Building a professional learning network on Twitter by Tom Whitby