I tweeted my first presentation recently and am now a convert to the practice. If you want to learn more about why it’s a good idea, then Colleen Young’s post is a great place to start.
@JBBC@endocrine_witch I often livetweet my talks using Tweetdeck – @colleen_young taught me how
— Pat Rich (@cmaer) October 11, 2014
@RonanTKavanagh I’m curious about what benefits are… Apart from clever:) @cmaer@JBBC@endocrine_witch@colleen_young
— AnneMarie Cunningham (@amcunningham) October 11, 2014
This conversation took place on Twitter over the weekend. It was impossible to answer in 140 characters.
I often schedule tweets to appear during my presentations. I primarily do this to give credit where credit is due, not to pick out key messages of my talks. Takeaways, highlights, key messages of my talks that resonate I leave to the audience to tweet in 140 character snippets. In fact, reading their interpretations of my presentation gives me great insight as to what interests them or surprises them.
So what information do I schedule?
- References: My talks usually contain references to papers or articles. I tweet the references and include URLs…
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