CPDin140 – Joe Dale
Joe Dale (@joedale on Twitter) discusses dropping in and out of Twitter, the life and history of the #mfltwitterati community and the trust it engenders between participants. A self-confessed experimenter, Joe’s recent tinkerings into Anchor (with Rachel Smith – @lancslassrach on Twitter) certainly (ahem!) hooked me.
CPDin140 – Stacey Ramm
Stacey Ramm (@tiffybum on Twitter) outlines some of the benefits Twitter provides for her, including how it helped her in getting a job. We also hear how she partitions the professional and personal sides of her life within social media, and how doing that contributed towards her memorable Twitter handle.
CPDin140 – Robert Jones
Robert Jones (@jonesieboy on Twitter) discusses, amongst other things, how being a connected teacher on Twitter can influence career decisions, how Twitter has become a more challenging space and the extent to which it has become less egalitarian.
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CPDin140 – Kevin Hodgson
In this first interview of the series, Kevin Hodgson (@dogtrax on Twitter) discusses how important the National Writing Project was in helping to make the connections that Twitter extends and amplifies.