TweetChat has been acquired by Internet Media Labs! http://www.oneqube.com/ TweetChat [my favourite way of watching live twitter hashtag streams] has been acquired by Internet Media Labs!
Fortunately it looks like oneqube is going to have an alternative .. so all is NOT lost.
The only difference seems to be that you will now need to log in [using a Twitter Account]
It also seems that the oneqube stream is not being updated live in real time ... hopefully the new purchased tech from Tweetchat will change that.
Tagboard : hashtag aggregator across social networks http://tagboard.com/ Tagboard : hashtag aggregator across social networks
With tagboards you see the whole conversation, across networks, making them the perfect hub for social media.
Quick links to #edu information via Twitter http://bit.ly/17WZzwX Quick links to #edu information via Twitter
7 Ideas For Using Hashtags In The Classroom http://bit.ly/17WZeds Twitter For Learning: 7 Ideas For Using Hashtags In The Classroom
Weekly Education Twitter Chat Times http://bit.ly/11NXXy9 Weekly Education Twitter Chat Times RECOMMENDED
The Unofficial Index to Educational Twitter Hashtags http://bit.ly/11DPO1b The Unofficial Index to Educational Twitter Hashtags
Editable Google Doc
This document is for everyone, so treat it with respect. You’re welcome to modify it and you’re also welcome to post comments RECOMMENDED
300+ Educational Twitter Hashtags http://edudemic.com/2012/09/twitter-hashtags-now/ 300+ Educational Twitter Hashtags Being Used Right Now
Are you looking to figure out exactly which Twitter hashtag is the right one to follow? There’s no shortage of options and it can feel overwhelming. Sure, there’s the popular #edchat and #edtech hashtags most of us follow. But what about the more focused tags that you’re missing out on?
Lucky for all of us, there’s an incredible live Google Doc available to the public from Chiew Pang (@aClilToClimb) that lets you help build a useful database of helpful hashtags.
A Printable List of the Best Education Hashtags http://bit.ly/XcTkOu A Printable List of the Best Education Hashtags
Here is a printable list of two dozen of the most popular education-related hashtags for K–12 and higher education. Originally compiled by the editors of Edudemic and Online College Courses, the list is color-coded and includes a key to help you decide how and when to use each one.
PedagooFriday #pedagoofriday http://www.pedagoo.org/category/pedagoofriday-2/ PedagooFriday #pedagoofriday
Pedagoo is a growing community of teachers collaboratively supporting, encouraging and sharing innovative and effective approaches to education. We aim to improve educational outcomes for our young people through positively and professionally sharing our practice. If you’re involved in education, you’re more than welcome to join our community and share your thoughts and practice. Pedagoo.org has been set up as a collaborative blog allowing teachers to easily share with an established community.
Teacher’s Guide To Educational Twitter Hashtags http://bit.ly/X7Egkr Teacher’s Quick Guide To Educational Twitter Hashtags Infographics
Twitter has become a massive hit in education and it’s too big to ignore. So that’s why we helped assemble the 2012 A-Z Guide To Twitter Hashtags. It’s been an invaluable resource for educators around the world.
Archiving hashtag Twitter chat with Archivist http://www.jerryswiatek.com/2012/07/archiving-tweets-with-archivist.html Archiving hashtag Twitter chat with Archivist
As the #edchat archivist, the one question I receive the most is "How do you archive all of those tweets?" The answer is actually pretty simple, I use an application called The Archivist and Google Drive.
The 2012 A-Z List Of Educational Twitter Hashtags http://edudemic.com/2012/06/2012-twitter-hashtags/ The 2012 A-Z List Of Educational Twitter Hashtags
We got so many additions and updates to our 2011 list we thought it was time to bring you the most up-to-date list for 2012. So, without further ado, here’s the 2012 A-Z list of educational Twitter hashtags.
We went through all the comments on the 2011 version, wrote down all the Twitter and Facebook updates, and compiled this list over the course of several months.
What follows is our best effort to bring you the biggest and baddest list of hashtags. When having a Twitter #hashtag chat, if you want to avoid overwhelming your followers, start any tweet you want to “hide” with @HideChat or (one character shorter) @HideTag.
Twubs : #hashtags made useful http://twubs.com Twubs : #hashtags made useful
Read Twitter #hashtag streams
Twubs Conference Suite ... Easily create a hub of all things social media around your conference. Right here. It's easy. You may be looking to engage participants attending or those watching remotely.
Hashtracking http://www.hashtracking.com/ Hashtracking
This shows how many times a hashtag has been used in the last 24 hours and an archive of every tweet of that tag. Also the 10 most followed people who have used the hashtag and also a list of who has tweeted the tag the most.
SearchHash http://searchhash.com/ SearchHash
Download hashtagged tweets as a spreadsheet to archive or analyse
Want to save or analyse all the tweets which used a particular hashtag? Enter a hashtag below to get a list of all the tweets which referenced it, to download as a CSV spreadsheet or share with friends or colleagues - great for post-event analysis. No logins or spam tweets involved, promise.
Hashtagify http://hashtagify.me The biggest problem of the internet is finding what you are looking for among all the noise. Tags/hashtags are a very useful help to bring some order to the content you want to find, but as free as they are finding the most relevant tags for you can by a hurdle in itself.
My goal with hashtagify.me is to use the best analysis and visualization technologies I know to create a useful tool to find your way among Twitter hashtags and, in the near future, to the content related to them. Keep yourself updated following @hashtagify on Twitter.
70 Twitter Hashtags for Homeschoolers http://bit.ly/lxc1O5 70 Twitter Hashtags for Homeschoolers
If you’re teaching homeschool, you may already be using Twitter to keep in touch with friends, family, and other homeschoolers. But did you know that there are so many resources available through the messaging service?
By simply following hashtags, you can get connected with discussion groups, resources, advice, and more. Check out these hashtags to get help with homeschooling and so much more.
Get Statistics from the use of individual hashtags http://summarizr.labs.eduserv.org.uk/ Get Statistics displayed from the use of individual hashtags.
e.g. if using a hashtag at a onference then find out ... e.g.
| Top 10 twitterers | Top 10 @reply recipients and/or mentions | Top 10 "conversations" | Top 10 tweeted hashtags | Top 10 tweeted URLs | Geo-tagging info |
Educational Chats on Twitter http://www.cybraryman.com/chats.html Educational Chats on Twitter .. a list created by Cybrary Man "One of the wonderful things about Twitter is the way it brings people from all over the world together to share ideas, collaborate and work to make education better. On this page I have included some educational chats." Excellent list of twitter chats with their hashtags and days and times
#artsed | #BlackEd | #Blogchat | #cpchat Connected Principals | CUAD (College Unions & Activities Discussion) | DistEd (e-learning College) | #ecosys (Change in Public Ed) | #edadmin | #edchat | #edtech | #elemchat | #ellchat | #ELTchat | #engchat | #gtchat Gifted and Talented | #hsc (Homeschool) | #innochat (Innovation) | #journchat (Journalists) | #kedu (Kindergarten) | #kinderchat | #lrnchat (Learning) | #mathchat | #midleved (Middle School) | #musedchat | #ntchat (New Teacher) | #onecom (One Comment) | #PATeach (Pennsylvania Teachers) | #ptchat (Parent-Teacher) | #SAChat (Student Affairs) | #schoolprchat | #scichat | #SGAchat | #smchat (Social Media) | #spedchat (Special Ed) | #sschat | #teacher-librarian | #titletalk (Librarians - Books) | #tweatre | #ukedchat | #web20chat |
About #Edchat from one of the founders http://tomwhitby.wordpress.com/2010/06/23/edchat-revisited/ About #Edchat from one of the founders
"When Shelly Terrell and I first discussed the idea that spawned #Edchat neither of us had any idea what it would become.
It started as a place to begin, conduct and record some thought-provoking discussions about topics in education that we had an interest to discuss. We created the hashtag, #Edchat, selected a time, contacted Steve Anderson for techy help, and we were off and running."
#lrnchat Twitter Chat for those interested in Learning http://lrnchat.wordpress.com/ #lrnchat Twitter Chat for those interested in Learning
#lrnchat is an online chat over the social messaging service Twitter that now happens twice every Thursday: first at 11:30-1pm EDT/4:30-6pm BST/5:30-7pm CET and then again at 8:30-10pm EDT/5:30-7pm PDT.
The new earlier #lrnchat is tailored for those in parts of the world asleep during the original later one or for whatever reason simply prefer an earlier time.
There is no expectation that someone would participate in both though you are welcome to do so.
Participants are people interested in the topic of learning from one another and who want to discuss how to help other people learn.
#scichat Twitter Chat for Science Educators http://www.teachingscience20.com/scichat/ #scichat Twitter Chat for Science Educators
Our focused #scichat discussions have been fantastic. In between these discussions, the #scichat hashtag has also helped many of us with sharing science ed resources.
#scichat provides a way for scientists and educators to engage in an ongoing discussion with the goal of sharing ideas, growing professionally and improving the teaching of science. This “hashtag” can be used at any time to share your thoughts or resources with other science educators. However, the real power of #scichat is to develop a community through real-time events every other Tuesday night (9:00 Eastern).
The topic for each event will usually be selected in advance by the community. We will also occasionally have #scichat special events and Twinterviews.
#elemchat Twitter Chat for Elementary Educators k-6 http://elemchat.wikispaces.com/ #elemchat was created to provide elementary school educators a venue for discussing issues and strategies that are specific to teaching in the elementary school context.
Search for #elemchat on Twitter
#gtchat : Twitter Chat for Gifted Education http://www.ingeniosus.net/gtchat #gtchat : Twitter Chat for Gifted Education
Every Friday at noon and 7:00 p.m. (EST), parents, teachers and gifted advocates from all over the world gather on Twitter to take part in global #gtchat.
This new real-time forum allows participants to share resources, ideas, experiences and new ways of thinking about gifted issues. The collaboration and learning taking place via #gtchat have been invigorating and inspiring! We invite you to give it a whirl.
On Mondays, Deborah Mersino posts a Twtpoll, so that everyone has an opportunity to vote on five possible topics. The topic receiving the most votes will be discussed at 7:00 p.m. (EST) on Friday; the second-place topic will be featured at noon (EST) on Friday. Follow @DeborahMersino to get the link to each week’s Twtpoll.
To vote for topics CLICK HERE
#blogchat http://www.mackcollier.com/social-media-library/what-is-blogchat/ #blogchat is a weekly conversation that takes place every Sunday nite starting at 8pm Central, on Twitter. Each week we discuss a different blogging topic.
The first #blogchat was in March of 2009.
The first #blogchat went on for a couple of hours, and was an instant hit! Everyone wanted to make it a weekly affair, so I decided to have a #blogchat every Sunday nite, at the same time! The chat is now one of the most popular on Twitter, and each week we have a couple hundred active participants, and well over 1,000 tweets! http://tweetchat.com/room/blogchat
What the hashtag #wth http://wthashtag.com What the hashtag
The user-editable encyclopedia for hashtags found on Twitter
WTH?! is powered by MediaWiki, which allows us to open up authorship to everyone who wants to participate. Our bot actively monitors Twitter for trending hashtags and creates new pages as they grow in popularity. Then it's up to the users (you!) to fill in the details.
BlipSnips : Video Tagging http://www.blipsnips.com/ BlipSnips : Video Tagging
BlipSnips makes online video awesome. Use BlipSnips to link your friends right to the good stuff.
Explain every snip in your own words, and share your BlipSnips tags with any social network.
Find out who else is tagging what, where. Or even just save your place in a long video (like a bookmark!).
At BlipSnips, we're building tools that transform the online video experience, making it more searchable, more engaging, more contextual, more personal. And we're just getting started.
BlastFollow http://www.blastfollow.com/ BlastFollow enables you to follow Twitter users who share your interests en masse.
This web site is a production of Triangle Information Solutions.
To use BlastFollow, simply enter a favorite hashtag (for example, "americanidol") in the box. Then, click the "Get Users!" button. After a few seconds, you will see the number of users who tweeted with that hashtag recently.
Then, you need only enter your Twitter name and password and click "Blast!" You will start following all of those users.
You can usually see the progress on a user-by-user basis.
TagCrowd http://tagcrowd.com/ TagCrowd is a web application for visualizing word frequencies in any user-supplied text by creating what is popularly known as a tag cloud or text cloud.
Today, text clouds are primarily used for navigation and visualization on Web 2.0 sites that employ user-generated metadata (tags) as a categorization scheme.
Hashtags http://hashtags.org/ Hashtags was designed to accommodate the real-time news community. We provide analytic reports and indexing features to allow users to track what's happening now.
Hashtags are a community-driven convention for adding additional context and metadata to your tweets. They're like tags on Flickr, only added inline to your post. You create a hashtag simply by prefixing a word with a hash symbol: #hashtag.