About “5 Days of Twitter”

The “5 Days” are taking place from 16-20th November 2015. Our course is aimed at Swansea University staff and students who wish to learn more about Twitter in the context of Higher Education and research. (Twitter and this blog are public however so there is nothing to stop anyone joining in).

This is a shorter incarnation of the “10 Days of Twitter” run at Swansea University last January by library staff.

The team are:

Elen Wyn Davies (@benfelen), Subject Librarian for the Colleges of Human and Health Sciences, Medicine & Science. Email: e.w.davies@swansea.ac.uk

Sam Oakley (@rscsam), Research Librarian (job share). Email: s.l.c.oakley@swansea.ac.uk

Susan Glen (@lbglens), Subject Librarian for the Colleges of Human and Health Sciences, Medicine & Science AND Research Librarian(job share) Email: s.glen@swansea.ac.uk

Katrina Hall (@trinahall101), Subject Librarian for the Colleges of Human and Health Sciences, Medicine & Science. Email:katrina.hall@swansea.ac.uk

Philippa Price (@Philippaprice), Subject Librarian for the School of Management & College of Engineering. Email: P.Price@swansea.ac.uk

10 Days of Twitter

Ten Days of Twitter was developed by Dr Helen Webster (aka@scholastic_rat). She has kindly made the material available under a Creative Commons Licence so it can be reused, shared and adapted for non-commercial purposes. If you would like to re-run the programme, we’d be glad to share our experience!

CC Licence

Ten Days of Twitter by Helen Webster is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

We are also grateful to Mark Warnes and the Anglia Ruskin University 10 Days of Twitter programme for updates which we included in our version.

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