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* Follow the hashtag of #DLFteach. If you are on the Twitter app, search for the hashtag, and then look at the "Latest" tweets. You may also consider using TweetDeck in a browser window, searching for #DFLteach, and following along in the column for the hashtag in order to follow the chat and other conversations at the same time.  
 
* Follow the hashtag of #DLFteach. If you are on the Twitter app, search for the hashtag, and then look at the "Latest" tweets. You may also consider using TweetDeck in a browser window, searching for #DFLteach, and following along in the column for the hashtag in order to follow the chat and other conversations at the same time.  
 
* Look for questions tweeted from the handle of @CLIRDLF. This account will share the questions at regular intervals (usually every 8-10 minutes depending on how many questions there are for the hour). All tweets for the chat will come from this handle and include the hashtag of #DLFteach, so you can count on this account for the source of questions that everyone will be talking about.  
 
* Look for questions tweeted from the handle of @CLIRDLF. This account will share the questions at regular intervals (usually every 8-10 minutes depending on how many questions there are for the hour). All tweets for the chat will come from this handle and include the hashtag of #DLFteach, so you can count on this account for the source of questions that everyone will be talking about.  
* Respond to questions by tweeting your answer with the following structure: include the letter "A" plus the question number in your response. Sample tweet: "A1: When I teach, I've had good response to the method of.... #DLFteach". Note that this well-formed sample tweet includes "A1" to indicate what question the person is responding to, plus the hashtag so that their tweet shows up in the chat conversation for everyone who is following #DLFteach.  
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* Respond to questions by tweeting your answer with the following structure: include the letter "A" plus the question number in your response. Sample tweet: "A1: When I teach, I've had good response to the method of.... #DLFteach" Note that this sample tweet includes "A1" to indicate what question the person is responding to, plus the hashtag so that their tweet shows up in the chat conversation for everyone who is following #DLFteach.  
 
* Feel free to simply lurk and read, or you may engage by tweeting answers, responding to others' tweets, re-tweeting, and/or liking tweets. Just don't forget to include the hashtag of #DLFteach.
 
* Feel free to simply lurk and read, or you may engage by tweeting answers, responding to others' tweets, re-tweeting, and/or liking tweets. Just don't forget to include the hashtag of #DLFteach.
* Questions? Contact the [https://wiki.diglib.org/Pedagogy:Outreach#Who.27s_coordinating.3F outreach coordinators].
 
  
 
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