[Air-L] Use of Social Media Tools at an Academic Conference

Natalie Harrower N.Harrower at ria.ie
Thu Nov 28 02:04:12 PST 2013

http://visibletweets.com/   is worth looking at.

It is similar to Twitterfall I believe - you can test it out immediately at the link above. It seems to refresh quite quickly. I've seen it in action at a conference and it has a pleasant and lively visualisation.


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I've been asked to come up with ideas on innovative and useful ways to
incorporate social media tools into an upcoming academic conference in the
social sciences.  Have any of you come across some particularly useful
integrations of social media/web tool at academic conferences.


josé marichal, ph.d. | associate professor | political science
department | california lutheran university
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