Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2008-04-01

  • I decided I will put my Twitter address on my syllabus for my Project Management for Training course that begins tomorrow. #
  • @RobinYap Why would you want to follow that many? #
  • @skydaddy Interesting reference of you in the recent Chronicle article. We share a similar profession it seems. #
  • @macboyx I look forward to downloading another wonderful episode. You guys really have an interesting persepective, and I am glad to listen. #
  • I am not claiming to know how to use Twitter in higher education; rather it is a call for suggestions and a stake in the ground I am trying. #
  • @injenuity Like they cannot Google you to find it . . . #
  • @injenuity Appreciate your sharing anything in this area if you come across anything. #
  • @howardgr Decided to list my Twitter name on my syllabus. We’ll see where that leads. #
  • @injenuity Oh the modesty! I am a qualitative researcher above all, and as such see my Tweets as self-expression via reflective practice. #
  • @injenuity In other words, your posts are useful and interesting to many. Why else would so many follow you with your deluge of Tweets? #
  • @injenuity That limit is, limiting! More than that requires its one blog post. #
  • Just found an interesting post on Twitter in higher education: #
  • Anybody have a good graphical depiction of the ADDIE model? #
  • @skydaddy Either; they can both be interesting and informative. #
  • @omni Can you explain how to use the Twitter "track" feature more? Not sure I am following you. #
  • @betsyweber What a great idea, Betsy. Diners will deliver coffee . . . #
  • @kanter Why are you using a picture of Chris Brogan for your Twitter image? #
  • Looking forward to my new class that begins in a few hours. #
  • I will not be able to attend a work research function, but these things at times happen. #
  • Just in a really good project workgroup meeting. #
  • Doing a SWOT analysis while considering various future educational programs. #
  • Inbox Zero. #
  • @BronSt Sounds great. In class demonstrating Twitter. My colleagues say hello! #

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