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Twitter for Learning Professionals
Twitter brings people closer to what’s important to them.
Every day, millions of people turn to Twitter to connect to their interests, to share information, and find out what's happening in the world right now.
Over a billion Tweets are sent every three days, representing conversations related to almost any topic imaginable – including hundreds of topics related to Learning and Development (L&D), such as #Leadership #elearning #employeengagement #Learning, #edtech… and more! And like LinkedIn, there are professional conversations and groups on Twitter centered on Organizational Development, Instructional Design, E-learning and Training and Development. The difference is these conversations are short and sweet, and often instant and live.
Have you ever wanted to attend a conference, but budget and time were constraints? Another advantage of Twitter is the ability to learn from live sessions without the hassle of going through TSA, packing luggage or taking time off work and being away from your family. With Twitter, you can access conference information where ever you are.
We will! In this 2-hour workshop, you will:
Expand your learning and professional network to the ends of the internet!
Through Twitter you can expand your learning network beyond your organization, beyond the chapter, to around the world! Get started with this 2 hour workshop.
Did you know?
ASTD-Orange County has begun live-tweeting our Monthly Learning Events, and has plans to include SIG meetings and workshops. We will show you how to follow and participate in these Twitter conversations during the workshop as well.
What you’ll need:
To get the most out of this session, please bring:
About your facilitator:
Coline is an L&D consultant and has worked with individuals and businesses to establish and maintain a meaningful and profitable presence on the Internet. She has coached many L&D professionals to help them create and grow their learning and professional network through Twitter.
Coline is social media “Networker” on Twitter. She has leveraged the power of social media to develop her many L&D skills and make powerful connections to other professionals in the field.
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