Using Twitter at DevLearn October 31, 2008Posted by B.J. Schone in eLearning.
Tags: Conferences, DevLearn, DevLearn2008, eLearning, eLearningGuild, Learning, technology, Training, Twitter
My eyes were very much opened to Twitter at the last eLearning Guild conference. About 15 of us used Twitter to…
- Keep in touch with other conference attendees, co-workers, and friends,
- Tell others about good and bad conference sessions (ex. “Come check out session 702, it’s great!!”), and to
- Arrange dinner outings (ex. “Interested in dinner? A group of us will meet in the hotel lobby at 6:30…”).
I’m betting there will be tons more Twitter activity at DevLearn coming up in a few weeks. The official DevLearn Twitter page is here, my Twitter page is here, and as far as I know, these people will also be going to DevLearn:
- Bill Brandon (@billbrandon)
- Judy Brown (@judyb)
- Mark Chrisman (@badsquare)
- Jay Cross (@jaycross)
- Gary Hegenbert (@alwaysbreaking)
- Kevin Jones (@kevindjones)
- Tony Karrer (@tonykarrer)
- Barbara Ludwig (@wigsie)
- David Metcalf (@dmetcalf)
- Mark Oehlert (@moehlert)
- Clark Quinn (@quinnovator)
- Brent Schlenker (@bschlenker)
Did I leave you off the list? If so, please add a comment and share your Twitter name! Also, check out Jane Hart’s Directory of Learning Professionals on Twitter. I’m guessing several of these people will also be at DevLearn.