To #uklcchat or not to chat?

Inspired by the successful #uklibchat, a discussion group for librarians (and others who are interested) that takes place on Twitter, I would like to propose a lunchtime Twitter chat for those who work in University Language Centres, such as language practitioners, teachers, librarians and administrators, and anyone else who is interested. To group chat responses I propose that we use the hashtag #uklcchat.

I suggest that chat topics are proposed by participants. An openly available agenda can then be created in advance of the chat and people can add things they would like to discuss. I think I’d need some helpers to do some admin and moderate chats, so contact me if you are interested in getting this up and running!

Please suggest topics and convenient times in the comments section or on the “Topics” document on Google Drive.

(PS. I’d also love to run a Language Centre unconference, so let’s plan that as well, while we are at it! ;))

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7 Responses to To #uklcchat or not to chat?

  1. Sherrell says:

    Hi Carolin,

    Hope you are well! 🙂

    Sounds like a great idea and something we could definitely contribute to on Twitter. Would you be looking to do this on a weekly or monthly basis?

  2. sherrell says:

    Sounds like a plan! Give me a shout when you have more info 🙂

  3. Sherrell says:

    Vis-à-vis the unconference linking with AULC, I’ll chat with management here and get back to you about it 🙂

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