Well, that’s the end of the Ten Days of Twitter! I hope you enjoyed it, and that you are now tweeting confidently and productively if you were a beginner, or that you reviewed your practice and picked up a few hints and tips if you’d tweeted before. It was great to see so many people with experience of Twitter offering help and advice too- a fantastic demonstration of how Twitter can be a powerful learning network for professional development!
If you’re still catching up, don’t worry! The materials will remain online here for you to work through in your own time, and hopefully those who have already completed the course will be around on Twitter to offer support, advice and company!
So where will you go from here? Have you decided that Twitter isn’t for you (and at least now you can make that decision on an informed basis!), or will you keep tweeting and taking part in the discussions such as #PhDchat and #ECRchat?
If you need more help with using Twitter, the site’s own support pages are a good introduction to the various things it can do. Or if you google your question or search on Youtube for video tutorials, you’ll also find that there are a host of resources that people have made and uploaded to help others. But perhaps best of all, your Twitter network itself is a great place to ask questions and find people who can answer them, as we’ve found on this course!
Ten Days of Twitter was a new format which we’ve developed and piloted. We’d really appreciate your views on the programme, so that we can improve future versions. Whether you’ve been participating actively in the programme or have been ‘lurking’ and just reading the posts, we’d really like to hear from you. If you would like to contribute your feedback, please fill in the questionnaire below. If you can’t see the embedded version of the form on this page, then you can also click on this link to view it.