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FAQ – The Whats & Hows of a Twitter Conference

FAQ – The Whats and Hows of a Twitter Conference

 

What is a Twitter Conference?


A Twitter conference is a social media event that occurs from the comfort of your desk/sofa/bed/bus/whatever. This event is meant to bring together public archaeologists from around the world in an online setting to encourage communication and collaboration, which also happens to be free, easy to follow and allows for multi-stranded communications, without the hassle of flights, accommodation and canapés.

 

How do you participate in a Twitter Conference?


All you need is a Twitter account (that’s your @joebloggs name). You can sign up for one these very easily at https://www.twitter.com if you are not there already. After getting a Twitter profile, you only need to search for the hashtag #POPC1 (The Popular Culture and Pedagogy Conference) to see all posts that are related to the conference. If you are interested in “spectating only,” you can follow the hashtag online, but you won’t be able to interact without a Twitter account. If you don’t have a Twitter account or don’t know how to use Twitter (or are not confident doing so), we will provide support materials and signpost ‘how-to’ guides online, so no one is excluded as far as possible.

 

How much time am I expected to spend on this if I participate?

After the CFP closes, everyone will be allocated a time slot during which you are required to present your 10-15 tweet-conference paper. We do strongly encourage people to interact during the conference using the hashtag as well. It is especially vital that you will be available during your presentation time slot to present and then to answer potential questions you might receive, like at a real conference. After sign up closes, we will circulate a list of abstracts and timeslots, so that you can pinpoint which presentations you might want to ‘see.’ If you are unable to be present during your allocated time slot, you can schedule your tweets (using services such as Tweetdeck, Hootsuite or Buffer), so that they get posted automatically without you having to be online – although this means you won’t be able to answer any questions in real time.

 

What’s this popular culture and pedagogy conference about? 


Any paper or case study is suitable, as long as it is not offensive. The aim is to make ideas of classroom instruction using popular culture widely available, and to see if this conference would aid professional networking as well as public engagement.

SCHEDULE

The #POPC1 

Schedule 

November 11th, 2019 

11 AM - 3:15 PM (EST)

https://twitter.com/and_pedagogy 


 

Opening Comments by Organizer Alexander Lester - 11 AM 

Follow them at https://twitter.com/armchair_phil

 

Santee - Red Bull Rampage: Using Pop Culture to Promote Curiosity and a Research Mindset - 11:15 AM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/Circumtrektion

 

Largent -Teaching Research Methods Through Popular Culture - 11:30 AM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/JuliaLargent

 

Contois - Taking Food Media Public as Pop Culture Pedagogy - 11:45 AM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/EmilyContois

 

Irwin - Keynote Address: Pop Cultural Literacy - 12 PM 

Follow them at https://twitter.com/williamirwin38

 

Tinajero - Using Hip Hop in the College Composition Classroom - 12: 30 PM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/RobertTinajero

 

McGunnigle - Using Ms. Marvel to Teach Multiculturalism - 12:45 PM 

Follow them at  https://twitter.com/ChrisMcGunnigle

 

Milevica - The rhetoric of success: We learn from Hollywood - 1:00 PM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/IMilevica

 

Larsen - Walkers Ate My Science Homework: A First Year Student Seminar Course on Science and “The Walking Dead” - 1:15 PM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/astro_chick

 

McKeague - Using Comedic Media as an Educational Tool - 1:30 PM 

Follow them at https://twitter.com/ComedicMatters

 

Flyte - Beyond the Bio: Seeking out a New Way to Connect Generations - 1:45 PM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/hbflyte

 

Richter - #HashtagHorror: Black Mirror, Shaming Culture, and Ethics in the Social Media Classroom - 2:00 PM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/Richter_Rhetor

 

Levitt - Fandom and Affiliation - 2:15 PM

Follow them at  https://twitter.com/lindalevitt

 

Jensen - Using Reality TV As A Tool For Engagement in English classes - 2:30 PM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/readteachswim

 

LaFollette - Pop Culture in/as Arts-Based Writing Pedagogy – 2:45 PM

Follow them at https://twitter.com/k_lafollette03

 

Closing Comments – 3 PM

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