Just another example of how handy Twitter is …

I’m a tweeter – I love checking out to see what my PLN is up to. Today I noticed a comment from one person (@jshe) to another (@teachernz) referring to yet another person (@digitallearnin) and when I checked out the last person’s twitter feed I noticed a comment to yet another person (@Kelliemcrobert) who had posted a tweet some six hours previously.

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I followed the link in that tweet and ended up at http://nps-ict-pd.wikispaces.com and followed the Web2.0 link. From there I scrolled down the page and saw this:

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I clicked on the Trading Cards link and arrived at a blog link at Big Huge Labs.

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And straight-away had an idea for my topic next term when we are going to be looking at a “Celebration of Inventors”. There’s no way I’d have come up with THAT idea all by myself.

To quote an old deodorant advertisement … “I can’t live with out my Twitter PLN!”

One thought on “Just another example of how handy Twitter is …

  • October 3, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    Hi, I have to share my sources…I’m part of an online course with Jodie Bowne at University of Canterbury. I’m also the in-school cluster lead teacher and recently started this PD wiki after a session with Rachel Boyd (Neslon Central School) so thought I’d share these great links with my colleagues. Pleased others are using them too.

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