Keeping Up with Google!
As you probably know, keeping up with Google is a challenge for anyone. That’s why I have put togetherIn Part 2 of this guide, I am going beyond the hashtags to share who I follow on Twitter for all things Google. Twitter is a fantastic resource for learning and is a mainstay of my PLN. Below are some of my favorite Google enthusiasts to follow on Twitter, as well as some of Google’s very own twitter accounts and Googlers, where they share the latest updates and tips. There are more than 50 Twitter accounts on this list! Follow these accounts on Twitter to find the latest Google Apps for Education resources, ideas for classroom application, tutorials, and more!
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Google has several official twitter accounts, and I have shortened that list to the ones that I find the most useful in education and in my personal use of Google Apps and products. As I said before, find what is most useful for you in this list!
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Official Google Twitter Accounts:
The Official Googlers
In case you didn’t know it, when someone is referred to as a “Googler,” it doesn’t mean they have mad search skills, it means they work for Google. The official Googlers have a lot to offer across social media! Here are some official Googlers, including the new CEO, product presidents and managers, members of the Google for Education Team, and more (in alpha order):
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Organizations and Companies to Follow for All Things Google:
MVP #GAFE and #Google Tweeters
There are so many great educators to follow on Twitter that this list could go on forever. And trust me, I tried to find the best of the best for you! These are my MVPs for Google info on Twitter, listed in alpha order. Please share your favorites in the comments below! I’m sure there are many more to add to this list!
Be sure to explore all parts of this series:
Who do you follow on Twitter to stay up-to-date with all things Google? Please share in the comments below!
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