#YSJ10DoT 2018 Evaluation
This iteration of the programme is now over, but you can still work through the materials in your own time or, if you’d like the experience of participating in a community of people all learning the 10 days at the same time, we can always run it again in the future!
If you took part in #YSJ10DoT then please take the time to complete our 10 Days of Twitter Evaluation survey, your feedback is important to us and will help shape future occurrences of this, and similar provision.
We have curated the Tweets from the last 10 days into a #YSJ10DoT Moment
If you have applied for your #YSJ10DoT 2018 badge, we will be reviewing the applications this week. If you were still hoping to earn your badge but you’re still catching up on the activities from last week, don’t worry! You can still claim your open badge when you have completed the activities.
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Massive thanks to everyone who participated in #YSJ10DoT. We hope you enjoyed it and have found Twitter a useful tool for enhancing your teaching and learning, and/or developing your personal learning network. We’ve loved tweeting with you!
Ten Days of Twitter for Learning Developers was originally adapted from a similar programme for STEM researchers, also created by Helen Webster. The materials are available under a Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-SA.
The 10DoT Badges are adapted from those issued by University of Sussex’s Technology Enhanced Learning Team, which were also licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Ten Days of Twitter has been adapted by Technology Enhanced Learning for use at YSJ, and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Unported License.
We are extremely grateful to Helen Webster and the LD5Digital Things team for sharing their great resources with the community, and to Daniel Mackley for his contribution to previous #YSJ10DoT iterations!