I saw this post from Kim Caise’s circle of friends and thought I would try it: http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-20075805-285/how-to-invite-your-pals-to-google/?tag=cnetRiver
I invited some Flat Classroom Certified teachers through the directions of this post. Will follow up if it does/doesn’t work.
I attended a Simple K12 webinar who had Steven Anderson (@web20classroom) on talking about Twitter. Here are some great resources:
1. Use Tweetdeck (desktop) or Hootsuite (web) to organize the many tweets that come in Twitter. Never go to the Twitter home page again.
2. Follow and tweet with hashtags (#) - good resource: cybraryman.com/edhashtags.html
3. Search phrases hashtags in columns with Tweetdeck or Hootsuite.
4. Make lists to follow groups of people.
5. Use Diigo to save favorites in Twitter.
6. Save important tweets that you can’t read at the time w/ Read It Later: http://readitlaterlist.com
7. Use Evernote to save tweets (use myEN in tweet).
8. The Tweeted Times is a Twitter Newsletter (tweetedtimes.com) - ranks followers
9. Paper.li - use to follow hashtags (paper.li/tag/edchat - example)
10. Flipboard and Zite takes Twitter feeds and puts in magazine format - ipad only.
11. Steve’s Livebinder: http://livebinders.com/play/play34291