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5 Reasons to get hooked on Twitter Chat

“So what is this chat you keep talking about? Is this your full time job?” a curious friend asked.

I smiled and then for next 30 mins it was just me who was chatting…oops talking. 485 more words

Human Resources

Health Disparities Twitter Chat: Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 8 PM Eastern

In the United States, income inequality — or the gap between the rich and everyone else — has been growing markedly, by every statistical measure, for over 30 years. 142 more words

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How Can You Benefit From Twitter Chats?

The key to networking on social media is engagement, and the key to engagement is being human. Twitter is a great platform to do all of the above. 202 more words

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Twitter 101: Links, Tips and More

Yesterday I was facilitating a Twitter 101 Session at edcampLA and a couple of teachers who were new to twitter asked for a Twitter 101 or Twitter for beginners blog post. 819 more words

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Think Differently: #hcsmca Ideas Swap

By Carmine Stumpo, VP Programs; Wolf Klassen, VP Program Support; Irene Andress, Chief Nurse Executive; Sharon Navarro, Corporate Communications @EastGeneral

It is a new year and many healthcare institutions are in the midst of planning and re-evaluating what worked and what didn’t as budgets, quality improvement plans and organizational priorities are set for the upcoming fiscal year. 370 more words

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Using Twitter Chats As A Learning or Assessment Tool

TWITTER CHATS:

I’ll write a longer post later, but I wanted to provide three resources if you are thinking of doing a Twitter chat with your class, especially in an English/Literature class: 128 more words

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PR's evolution: 5 modern day tactics

As we look forward to 2015 it would be quite useful to pause and reflect on Public Relations as it was, and it’s evolution today. Some of the basic tenets of PR will of course always apply, and in that regard press conferences, media tours and press releases are expected to be used by organizations as part of their PR strategies. 448 more words