@Arras95 – the contributor’s view by Everett Sharp

My experience of social media for a ‘Real Time’ experiment – or – Confessions of an Arras Tweeter. Guest post by Everett Sharp, Subject Expert. I am a very lucky man. When I joined Oxford University in an administrative role … Continue reading

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@Arras95 – the reporter’s view by Fionnuala Barrett

Guest post by Fionnuala Barrett, Student Ambassador and Social Media Co-ordinator for @Arras95. I have been overseeing the @Arras95 live-tweeting project, which came to an end on the 16th of May. Initially I was given a factsheet, prepared by Everett … Continue reading

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@Arras95 – A knitted collection

So,what do we have at the end of the @Arras95 campaign? 2545 Tweets 9 new articles 132 OERs This is 2686 things that we didn’t have before that we can weave together to create resources that can help teach this … Continue reading

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@Arras95 – Week 3

Here is a summary three weeks into @Arras95 1351 tweets sent using the #arras95 hashtag (not including our own account). 293 followers. 181 items of open content about the Battle of Arras added to our resource library. 4 new articles … Continue reading

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@Arras95 – Week 1

On the 9th April we launched the @Arras95 campaign. @Arras95 aims to surface a key, but lesser taught, turning point of the War, providing an innovative opportunity for others to learn about and engage in discussion about this historical event. … Continue reading

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