Higher Ed Digital Identity (#HEdigID) Chat
An open dialogue on Twitter with higher education staff, faculty, and graduate students to discuss what it means to be a digital scholar and practitioner online today. We will chat about about digital identity, being in networked spaces, and the impact being online as a higher education scholar, educator, or student.
In 2018, I piloted the conversation every 2nd Friday of the month and with guest moderators. Now this Twitter conversation occurs a few times year related to relevant topics/themes for a SLOW (all-day) chat. Follow the hashtag: #HEdigID More information, notes, and chat archives.
Academic (#acadv) Advising Chat
A bi-weekly Twitter conversation on Tuesdays from 12-1 pm CDT hosted by and for academic advisors in higher education. Conversations discuss: academic advising issues, ways to support college/university students, and other issues related to advising. and how to better support learners in higher education.
FALL 2019 #ACADV CHAT SCHEDULE
These advisors have been tweeting about academic advising and student support on Twitter since 2010. Join the #acadv chat and read their ARCHIVES to learn as well!
Follow @AcAdvChat, the hashtag #AcAdv, and more information at: https://acadvchat.wordpress.com/
Student Affairs Practices in Canada (#sacdn)
The #SAcdn hashtag has been embraced by student affairs (SA), student services, and professionals who support students in Canadian higher ed. The #SACdn community is “connecting our country” specifically to connect professionals on Twitter to discuss issues, ideas, & experiences in context to those in Canada. Join the conversation on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to discuss student affairs and higher education practices via the hashtag: #SACdn
Follow the moderator (MOD), @SA_exchange, and the hashtag for the chat: #SACdn More information at: http://sa-exchange.ca/sacdn
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