Twitter Chat: Stacy Wells: Share Your Teen Read Week 2013 Plans! 12pm-1pm Central Time

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Twitter Chat: Stacy Wells: Share Your Teen Read Week 2013 Plans! 12pm-1pm Central Time

Time: September 3, 2013 from 12pm to 1pm
Location: Twitter
Event Type: twitter, chat
Organized By: YALSA
Latest Activity: Sep 3, 2013

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What’s a Twitter Chat?  It’s an online discussion held via Twitter during a set period of time using a specified hashtag.  Any time during the designated hour, simply log on to Twitter and post your ideas or questions with the #TRW hashtag.  Search for others’ comments and ideas by using the same hashtag. An easy way to follow the discussion is via tweetchat.com. 

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