UPDATE: The chat is now embedded below.
Yet another CoverItLive blog! Yes, on Thursday at 1 p.m. EDT I will help lead a Poynter live chat about avoiding social media overload (during my lunch break):
How Do I Help Students Handle Information Overload on Social Media Sites?
The URL is simple and easy to remember (and tweet!), so please share the link with others!
Also, please come ready with questions and/or ready to help answer others’ questions.
If you are not able to follow the chat live, you can submit questions beforehand by commenting below or contacting me on Twitter.
I’ll be co-leading the discussion with Poynter’s Sara Quinn, a visual journalism faculty member who oversees the Poynter College Fellowship, which I attended in late May.
Speaking of cool Poynter people…
Mallary Tenore invited me to help with this chat, and I thank her for the opportunity. She’s awesome. If you don’t read her blog or follow her, you should.
I’d also like to thank Ellyn Angelotti, Poynter’s interactivity editor, who you should also follow.
Some background: While at #pcf09, some other fellows and I joined a live chat led by Emily Ingram. Ellyn said if I pitched a good idea, I could lead one too. I mentioned the topic of effectively using various social networks, which soon became this topic. Voila!