The following sprung to mind.
To give the activities a context then the final session could be focussed around,
What role does twitter offer in learning and teaching?
This will allow people of all levels and experiences to contribute. The scene might be set by setting Twitter in a gartner hype cycle framework where it is moving towards the “peak of inflated expectations”. To help us gather ideas and feedback to seed the end of day 2 discussion, then during the event we can have a moodle survey available. I’ll update the questionnaire I used. Also the expectation is that people will discuss this and other ideas through their twitter accounts. To help the ball rolling we could outline a couple of scenarios on Moodle.
Interms of twitter then we’ll have the emerge twitter account that people can follow, also Josie had experienced a really nice idea of liking people spatially.
Josie … you might need to elaborate on how this will be achieved 🙂
Also, people will be able to follow / search against and agreed tag.
So interms of help / instructions then we need to find / plagiarise and create a one side crib sheet. The idea should be to direct them to the twitter FAQs, so that this becomes more sustainable. However, what ones might we cover?
Using twitter via the web site
instructions – need to create an account
instructions – need to follow emerge twitter account
tips – notifications, short cut commands
Using twitter via other apps
overview of tweetpics, twitteroo,
and then links to twitter apps wikipedia page
Using twitter in Moodle
instructions of how to use the Moodle and Twitter plug-in
– Ann, what do you think? Something that might be really interesting is can we use a keyword, and then make these FAQs available via twitter? People could then find them from their twitter application 🙂