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Lots of Tweeps!

by Heidi Baker
Who knew all these librarians, school librarians and others were tweeting?!

Thanks to Michelle Gebhart (that’s @CSLMichelle for you tweeters), there’s now a list! There are twitterers from Colorado cities, public libraries, schools, and museums, as well as other State Libraries, national organizations, local, state and federal government, and more. If you would like to be added or removed from this list, please email gebhart_m@cde.state.co.us.

List in Excel
List in PDF

Check out these posts from a budding tweeter (that’s me!) if you’re interested in learning more about Twitter, some guidance, or how to use tools with your new Twitter account.

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5 Responses

  1. Folks are everywhere

  2. I couldn’t get either list to work.

  3. For a list of educators around the world who Twitter,including school librarians, visit this wiki – and add your Twitter ID to the list! (It is a wiki after all!) http://twitter4teachers.pbwiki.com/
    -Nancy White (http://twitter.com/NancyW on Twitter)

  4. The links to the lists of Colorado Twitterers have been repaired!

  5. Thanks again for posting this! I’ll periodically be adding new Tweeters to the list, but the URLs will remain the same.

    -Michelle Gebhart

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