Introducing the #YSJ10DoT Game for 2017!

Introduction to the #YSJ10DoT game!

10 Days of Twitter, or #YSJ10DoT, starts on Monday 27th February 2017, so there are still a few days left to sign up if you want to participate along with other users.

You can keep up to date the game scores and the leaderboard on the YSJ10DoT Game page.

As you complete the activities throughout 10 Days of Twitter you will earn points, and what do points make…?!

The 10 Days of Twitter Leaderboard is based on the hashtag #YSJ10DoT. Join the leaderboard by tweeting using the hashtag: #YSJ10DoT. Gain leaderboard points by Tweeting with the hashtag, chatting about the course to friends/colleagues and being retweeted.

Tweets are worth 1 point, Mentions worth 2 points, Retweets are worth 3 points, and posts containing Media are worth 5 points.

Tweet your activities & questions and let us know how it is going!


516IT6UkaaL._SX399_BO1,204,203,200_The member of YSJ Staff with the highest score at the end of the 10 Days of Twitter will win a copy of Social Media for Academics by Mark Carrigan.

The game is just for fun 🙂 The game team reserve the right to change the weightings of the scored elements in order to keep things interesting. The leaderboard will be updated daily throughout the 10 days (it is not live, in order to let you get on with participating in the course rather than checking the leaderboard every 5 minutes!). Any questions on the game to @YSJTEL.


Rosie Hare

Working to the Directorate’s annual objectives and the TEL Quality Framework, Rosie’s role as a TEL Advisor is to proactively support and develop staff in using technology to enhance the student learning experience. Her main focus is to advise academic staff on effective use of learning technologies to develop innovative learning resources, processes and practices. Before joining YSJ Rosie was an E-Learning Support Officer at University of York, and prior to that worked as a Digital Facilitator in the E-Learning Team at Middlesbrough College.

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