Twitter Search in Plain English

The Lefevers are at it again. This time it’s ‘Twitter Search in Plain English’ . It’s a very useful explanation of how you would use Twitter to gain insight about news and trending topics. Especially useful for educators. This is one of the ways we can explain to our students how to use social media to keep abreast of what people are thinking and where they are sourcing their thinking from. The links that are fed through Twitter are examples some of the most useful filtering taking place by users of the web. For breaking news it’s very hard to go past Twitter. I know that I am aware of big topics a long time before the television news media have got their act together.

Thanks once again to Lee and Sachi. You make our teaching lives a whole lot easier with the work you do.

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2 responses to “Twitter Search in Plain English

  1. Rhondda

    Thanks Jenny. I didn’t see the notice about this release. I always look forward to their how-to videos.

  2. Pingback: Twittering in Plain English « Rhondda’s Reflections – wandering around the Web

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