Please help us live tweet the #COTEsummit
Your tweets during the conference and presentations will add a fun, exciting, and informative backchannel conversation to the event experience and add a mechanism to extend the conversation to those not able to attend, those attending virtually, and extend the conversation beyond the end of the Summit. Please help us enhance the conference experience for all by tweeting anything from questions, to hallway conversations, to reactions to the speakers. They will be collected and posted as part of the proceedings of the events.
Open SUNY COTE Summit tweets can be found at: https://twitter.com/search?src=typd&q=%23cotesummit
You can also use an aggregator, such as http://tweetchat.com/room/cotesummit, http://www.tchat.io/rooms/cotesummit , or http://twitterfall.com/ to help you follow and add to the Summit conference twitter stream.
To contribute yourself, login to your twitter account (or create one for the purpose at http://www.twitter.com), and post a message containing the phrase “#COTEsummit” (note: also known as a hashtag or #tag); your tweets will automatically be included in the summary page and recorded in the conference proceedings.
Need more information on how to tweet a conference?
Any questions may be directed to Erin Maney @expertlymade – 2016 Twitter Captain
The 2016 #COTEsummit volunteer twitter team:
Ian August @eomonroe00
Lisa Dubuc @ldubuc
Ginger Bidell @BidellG
Dave Ghidiu @FringeEdTech
Dan Feinberg @Dan_Feinberg
Alexandra Pickett @alexpickett
Tony Guzman @professor_tg
Nate Angell @xolotl