If you find the programme interesting, then please do run your own version of Ten Days of Twitter, for your colleagues, students, or any group which you think might find it useful as an introduction to Twitter, or as a way of polishing up their Twitter skills!
Ten Days of Twitter is available under a Creative Commons License (CC BY NC SA) so it’s free to take, use and adapt for non-commercial purposes, if you acknowledge the source and share your version under the same licence.
Ten Days of Twitter for Learning Developers by Helen Webster is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
I have created a guide to running Ten Days of Twitter, including how to set it up, what you need to do each day and the text of each of the posts with annotations as to where you might like to adapt them for your own tailored version. If you have any problems accessing it, do email me for a copy: firstname.lastname@example.org
You might want to look also at the other versions of #10DoT which have been adapted and run by colleagues elsewhere, who may have put their own twist on the materials or come up with innovative ideas of their own.
If you’re thinking of running a #10DoT programme, please do get in touch! I’d be very happy to answer any questions you might have or share my experiences of running it, and I’d love to hear about new iterations, and help spread the word! If you’d like me to include your #10DoT programme on this blog for colleagues elsewhere to learn from, do let me know either by commenting here, emailing me, or of course contacting me on Twitter!