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This iteration of UCD Ten Days of Twitter is now over, but please feel free to work through the materials in your own time. If you would interested in participating in a re-run of the course please email aine.galvin@ucd.ie.  

Ten Days of Twitter (#UCD10DoT) is a short online course, run through this website, for UCD academics who wish to learn the basics on using Twitter and explore its relevance and potential value in the context of their professional academic practice.

The course will run over 10 consecutive weekdays, starting on Monday 9 February 2015, taking just 10 minutes of your time each day. Each morning new materials and a task on a small aspect of Twitter will be published on this website, so that you can work through it whenever you have time throughout the day. Whilst Ten Days of Twitter is designed as a fully online course, there will be an optional face-to-face session on the first day to help you get your account set-up and meet with other course participants and instructors. This course is facilitated by Áine Galvin (@aine_galvin), Director of Teaching & Learning, with the assistance of my colleague Leone Gately (@leonegately), Educational Technologist, both based in UCD Teaching & Learning (@ucdtl).

For further information on the course take a look at the video above. If you have any follow-up questions or queries get in touch with me at aine.galvin@ucd.ie.

 

This course is based on a similar course, Ten Days of Twitter for Learning Developers by Helen Webster and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (CC BY_NC_SA 3.0). It is free to take, use and adapt for non-commercial purposes, if you acknowledge the source and share your version under the same licence (share alike).
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