I use a free web-based tool called Storify to archive information, mainly from conferences. Storify allows you to search various types of Internet information and collates it into an interactive and embeddable web poster. I usually use it to collect Tweets from myself and others using a hashtag # search. There are a number of examples of such collections throughout my past blog posts, feel free to check them out.
While collecting Tweets from this year’s PETE & C, I learned that you can only collect and post 1000 Tweets to a Storify. That is a plethora of information, but at PETE it is less than 1 day’s worth of Tweets. So, create multiple Storifys…
You can locate Storify at Storify.com for a free account.
What I great conference I wish I was there…anyway, here is a Storify of Tuesday evening Tweets through Wednesday morning.
This is also posted on the Southwest PAECT Region Blog on Blogger located here.
I have tried several times to begin blogging more frequently. Unfortunately, I have failed on each occasion. This summer I plan to try again, however I wish to not just blog more often, but post more often with relevant and high quality posts.
I will be updating several of my websites that contain educational resources; maybe…just maybe…I can combine the two endeavors into a lasting behavior.
Last night we interviewed Rachelle Poth, PAECT member and foreign language teacher at Riverview School District. You can access the show recording here.
This is the Storify of our Twitterfeed from last night.
Admittedly, we have not had a lot of Tweets, but we will continue moving forward. It will catch on.