Institutional Web Management Workshops
Twitter is a popular micro-blogging tool. It is often used by individuals to described what they are doing or thinking. This can help build and support a community through sharing of both work-related and social activities.
Use of Twitter at IWMW
The event hashtag for the next IWMW is '#iwmw12'.
If you have a Twitter ID or if you are considering getting one you can:
- Follow the IWMW or IWMWlive accounts.
- Follow the hastags Twitter ID and use '#iwmw13' in your tweets. This will mean that tweets will be aggregated with others containing the same tag.
If you don't have a Twitter ID and do not wish to set up an account you can still:
The following policies have been established.
- The IWMW Twitter account will be used to deliver official communications related to the IWMW event. A number of people from the organising committee will contribute to the account including Brian Kelly and Marieke Guy.
- Numbers of Twitter Posts
- We recognise that an excessive amount of Twitter posts (tweets) may be annoying for Twitter followers who make use of dedicated Twitter clients or have tweets delivered via to their mobile phone. We will therefore seek to keep the number of Twitter posts to an acceptable level.
- Following Followers
- Twitter users who follow the 'iwmw' account will be followed by the accounts. If you do not wish this to happen you should feel free to block the 'iwmw' accounts.
- Quality of Service
- The Twitter service is based on a number of third party services. UKOLN cannot accept responsibility for delays or failures for twitter posts to be delivered.
RSS Feed for IWMW Twitter Account
The @IWMW Twitter account has an RSS feed which you can add to your RSS reader. The RSS feed is embedded below.
Searching For Tweets About IWMW
You way wish to search for Twitter posts ('tweets') about the forthcoming IWMW 2012 event. The following search tools are available: