Day 10 of #CU10DoT: Getting the most out of Twitter

Welcome to the last day of #CU10Dot.

We’ve covered lots in the last two weeks and it’s been fun and informative putting the #CU10DoT blog posts together.

This is the third time I’ve run #CU10DoT and each time there have been a number of changes to incorporate. This time included: the increase of Tweet character limit from 140 -280, the very recent introduction of bookmarks and the demise of Storify. I searched for a replacement for Storify and am going to try Wakelet in the future.

I’ve had my submission to PressED – a WordPress Twitter Conference on all things education, pedagogy and research accepted.  My contribution on the topic of #CU10DoT is scheduled for for 11:50 am on March the 29th 2018.

I enjoyed looking for some further reading on the topic of using Twitter for academics to share with you…which leads to the final (and ongoing) activity of #CU10DoT:


Look out for articles, blogposts and websites that mention using Twitter for academics. When you discover something useful, let us know by tagging with #CU10DoT!

Thank-you to those who’ve joined in.

Please let me know your thoughts about #CU10DoT in the comments and/or Twitter.

Happy Tweeting to you all,

Heather (@HJSears)

Further reading

Patrick Iber Guidance on how to make Twitter work for academic purposes

Leigh Sparks My Serious Academic Use of Blogs and Twitter

The Chronicle of Higher Education: 10 Commandments of Twitter for Academics

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Getting Started on Academic Twitter v2.0


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