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Twitter Experiment: Please Tweet #ephblog with suggestions of Williams classes to audit

Twitter remains a mystery to me. So, let’s try an experiment! Will Slack ’11 asks:

I’m looking for ideas of good classes to informally audit this semester – any ideas?

Great question. Feel free to leave suggestions in the comments. But I hope that our Twitter followers will also/instead tweet a response with #ephblog in their response, either with specific classes or general comments on auditing.

I think (corrections welcome) that including a hashtag like #ephblog will allow us (exactly how?) to gather all the responses together easily and then present Will with the collected wisdom of the EphBlog community. Let’s give it a try!

Comments on further experiments or suggested improvements would be welcome. I made the title of this post long/explicit so that our Twitter followers would get the message/request via our Twitter feed.

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#1 Comment By Jo Procter On September 11, 2009 @ 11:14 am

David (and anyone else interested in twitter)- this is a good and extensive guide to twitter besides twitter’s own information –

#2 Comment By nuts On September 11, 2009 @ 11:59 am

#3 Comment By Ronit On September 11, 2009 @ 1:16 pm

Apparently, Twitter search isn’t very good – that hashtag search isn’t pulling up one comment from CaveatConsuasor:

CaveatConsuasor @wslack If you’re into history (of course you are) try anything taught by Profs James Wood or Alexandra Garbarini. #ephblog

anwmo: ARTH 101, Social Psych, the Documentary film class with Edwards, Any English class with Rhie or Thorne! #ephblog http://bit.ly/XvjYV

ronit_b: @ephblog ARTH 101-102, Music 101 (Listening to Music) #ephblog

MiniLaura_: @ephblog I don’t know the current class offerings, but if I were there now I would audit History of Science classes #ephblog

#4 Comment By Ronit On September 11, 2009 @ 1:17 pm

We’re retweeting everything we get:


#5 Comment By rory On September 11, 2009 @ 6:11 pm

i have to agree about the Edwards class. I took a tutorial version of it the first year he offered and it was a fascinating and new way to think about anthropology and research for me. absolutely wonderful course with a wonderful professor.

#6 Comment By Ronit On September 11, 2009 @ 6:14 pm

jasonhoch: ARTH201 American Landscape History. Satterthwaite is an institution. Still use his collection of readings 14 years later.