Twitter Resources for the Newly Connected ( I wonder if you can legally change your name to include the “@” sign?? )
Twitter Manners : http://heidicohen.com/twitter-etiquette/
100 ways to use Twitter in education: http://bit.ly/WInrZG
Smarter Way to Share: http://bufferapp.com/
http://www.tweetwally.com/ This is a great tool to help you search for relevant tweets or hash tags, build a presentation (or “wall”) of these tweets and then share them. Great for teachers or researchers, as well as a power user’s blog.
http://www.tweriod.com/ Use Tweriod to see when you tweet and when your friends tweet. Then tweet during those times to increase engagement.
You can cite a tweet in a bibliography: http://bit.ly/VISQz9
http://maytree.com/blog/2012/11/five-canadian-diversity-thought-leaders-you-should-follow-on-twitter/ Five Canadian diversity thought leaders you should follow on Twitter
http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/lists/the-25-funniest-people-on-twitter-20120910 The 25 Funniest People on Twitter | Rolling Stone
How to use Twitter lists: https://support.twitter.com/articles/76460-how-to-use-twitter-lists#
Resource BackTweets – This little analytic tool, recently acquired by Twitter, allows you to track everyone who has shared your content. http://backtweets.com/
Resource: ChittyChat – Get a room. That’s ChittyChat’s slogan and it offers Twitter users the chance to engage in a conversation in “private,” allowing you to communicate directly with them instead of using “mentions.” https://chittych.at/