Catch the Twitter fever!

May 25, 2016 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

Do you want to dip your feet in the Twitter pool but don’t know where to start? Check out this new book available in the Professional Library:

You might also want to check out the Ontario site OSSEMOOC site at and Check our thier  “30 Days to Getting Connected” (in 10 minutes a day) series for quick instruction on building your professional learning network (PLN) and self-directed professional learning online”  – twitter is one of the topics.

Books can be borrowed by contacting the library at (4160 395-8289 or . Remember to login when you open the catalogue (  – logging in allows you to reserve the book (and other stuff too).


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