Welcome to T4T for Spring 2009!
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Hyperlinked writing is the most powerful form of writing, and forms a cornerstone of literacy our hyper-connected information and communications landscape. We will explore how educators and students are using blogs for a variety of constructive purposes, how microblogging with Twitter differs from blogging with other tools, and how blogs can be used to share professional reflections for this course. We will discuss the importance of building and maintaining a professional digital footprint, and explore the free K-12 Online Conference.
Archived video of today's lesson is available on our T4T Scribes blog. Weekly lecturecasts are accessible from t4t.blip.tv.
These are questions you should be able to readily answer, based on your completion of this week's assignments.
What is your Google account ID? (not your password - this is the email address you use to log into Google)
What is the direct URL / link to the people / other educators you are following on Twitter? (There should be at least 10 on this list)
Be sure to submit the T4T Week1 Accounts Form NLT (no later than) 0600 GMT 16 Jan 2010. If your blog is not listed here by Saturday, 22 Jan 2010, please send a WebCT mail message to your instructor.