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#9 Adding a Twitter feed to Moodle

If you use Twitter in your teaching, or if you want to share a hashtag search with your class, you can embed a twitter feed into your Moodle page.

There’s no need for you to have a Twitter account set up to use this feature, but if you’d like to learn more about using Twitter for teaching,  check out  Using twitter in your teaching.

This one minute video shows how to add the feed to your Moodle area using  https://publish.twitter.com/# 

Featured Image: “Bird” by Jáder Reis licenced under CC BY-SA 2.0

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