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Some interesting ideas and guidelines for using Twitter in collaborative learning.

Betcher, C 2010, 'Big Twitter, Little Twitter', Betchablog, March 19,[accessed May 16, 2010].
Looks at the use of Twitter for ongoing professional development and also how student use of Twitter (or something similar) can contribute to their development as digital citizens. Specific examples are provided. Advice is also given on how to start your network of people to follow.

Chambers, N 2009, 'Tweetiquette - Twitter Etiquette Top 10 Do's and Don'ts of Twitter', English,[accessed May 16, 2010].
Neal Chambers provides a detailed outline of the most important etiquette aspects for Twitter.

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Some great ideas from 'KiwiCarol' for teachers using Twitter as a collaborative learning tool and also several examples of how Twitter can be used as a student learning tool within a school environment.

Demski, J 2010, 'Tweets for Teachers', T H E Journal, vol. 37, no. 2, pp. 16-8.
Some useful guidelines and advice for setting up Twitter groups.

Dunlap, JC & Lowenthal, PR 2009, 'Horton Hears a Tweet', EDUCAUSE Quarterly, vol. 32, no. 4, p.3.
Includes excellent general information on Twitter as well as guidelines for instructional use.

Edutopia, 'The Edutopia Twitter Poll', twitter-classroom [accessed May 8 2010].
In this Edutopia poll organised by Sarah Ring, educators are asked if they think Twitter could be an effective educational tool.

Ferman, 2009, ’30 Twitter Tools for Managing Followers’, Pelfusion, [accessed May 3, 2010]
An excellent list of Twitter tools, complete with links.

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Excellent guidelines for keeping personal and professional information and lists separate.

Hart, J 2010, 'Directory of Learning Professionals Online', Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies (C4LPT),[accessed May 16, 2010]
A very useful directory that lists and profiles hundreds of learning professionals who can be followed via their blogs, websites, Twitter or other networks. This is an excellent resource for any teacher setting up a professional learning network and wondering who to follow.

Hartman, G 2010, 'Twitter4Teachers',[accessed May 16, 2010].
This comprehensive Wiki contains categorised lists of education Twitterers to follow, listed by topics and areas of interest. You can even sign up for a Twitter 'mentor'!

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A really useful list of tools (and associated links) that can be used in conjunction with Twitter.

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Outlines the use of Moodle, Ning and Twitter in a school laptop program.

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Looks at how Twitter relates to basic psychological drives, existential authenticity, Maslow's heirarchy of needs and Boss's concept of spaciality.
A killer app for killing time, tweetker, meta-haiku, monophobia.

Ritchie, M 2009, 'Chirping about Twitter', Times Educational Supplement, no. 4836, pp. 18-21.
Practical ideas for teaching using Twitter.

SuperNews 2009, ‘Twouble with Twitters’, [accessed May 8, 2010]
A humorous clip outlining a common perception of Twitter and how it should not really be used.

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Useful practical teaching ideas.

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Great for beginners and complete with links to tutorials and videos.

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Not for the beginner; however, when you have mastered the basics, consider using some of these applications. Matthew Tommasi has compiled a huge list of tools (with links) to be used with Twitter.

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Outlines the terms of service for Twitter and includes an important warning that "What you say on Twitter may be viewed all around the world instantly. You are what you Tweet!"

Twitter, 2009, 'How to use Twitter',[Accessed May 2, 2010].
A detailed video demonstrating setting up a new Twitter account and then how to get started in using Twitter.

Twitter, 2009, 'Frequently asked questions', [Accessed May 2, 2010]. This link details common questions and answers regarding Twitter.

Twitter, 2009, 'How to use Twitter lists',[Accessed May 2, 2010].
This link details how to use and set up lists in Twitter.

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The home page for using and installing Twiddeo. Twiddeo is basically Twitter updates via Video. You can upload from the web or your cameraphone and record from your webcam. View the 'how to' video.

Twitpic, 2010,[Accessed May 2, 2010].
This useful tool/application allows registered Twitter users to share photos on Twitter.

'Twtpoll', 2010,[Accessed May 1, 2010].
This is a feedback application that helps you to conduct polls/surveys on Twitter, Facebook or any other social media site.

US Navy, 2010, 'Navy Recommended Privacy Settings for Twitter', [accessed May 1, 2010].

UMN Videos 2009, 'Twitter in the classroom?' [accessed June 2, 2010]
Briefly outlines how Twitter is of value in the classroom.

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Contains 29 ways to use Twitter in the classroom, plus other really useful ideas. 'A collection of collaborative presentations, which offer a large number of ideas for engaging lesson activities. They are the result of the collaboration of teachers from all around the world.'

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In her blog, Laura Walker answers the questions: What’s the point of Twitter? Why should educators get involved? What difference does using Twitter make?

Walsh, K 2010, '100 Ways to Teach with Twitter', EmergingEdTech,[accessed May 8 2010].
This website/blog contains a posted collection of excellent ideas for teaching with Twitter, along with other educational and instructional technologies.