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How To Add A Live Twitter Feed To Your PowerPoint Presentation

These instructions via Liz Gross on displaying live twitter feeds in powerpoint are perfect for those of you who want to display tweets in class. I think it would be great to display my class hashtag as students come in to class as something visual to get them in the mindset and to see what’s been said in the last week on twitter by their classmates.

Why twitter-ed? The noobie edition

I, too, resisted twitter, not so long ago.  Then, I took a great teaching training program in which I had to come up with a research topic for my final written project. I wanted to research ways to effectively engage a large class, as my first lecture for my first class loomed before me. Lo and behold, I found that twitter might be just the tool to help me connect. It’s safe to say I’m now converted (and I use it in small classes as well).  Now I find myself frequently vouching for the merits of twitter for teaching and learning.

So, if you are an educator who has never clicked on the little blue bird and signed yourself up for 140 characters worth of self-expression, this post is for you. This is is not the how, this is the why. And highly effective teachers who use technology always start with the why.  So…

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