Over the last few months, I’ve been collecting information about educational hashtags and related Twitter chats to create a searchable and filterable database. (See my original post and call for submissions here.)
Anyone else overwhelmed by all of the hashtags out there? I love the lists! The lists are very useful, especially Cybraryman’s Educational Hashtag page and Twitter Chat calendar. I even created the Google Hashtag Dictionary. But I needed something with more detail when I can’t decipher the acronym or purpose for the tag or chat. (By the way, did you know #ShakeUpLearning is the official hashtag of Shake Up Learning?)
Version 1.0 of the Educational Hashtag Database is embedded below. 100+ Educational hashtags and chats that you can sort through and search! Please know this is a work in progress and it is only as thorough as the information submitted to me. It is far from perfect, and I’m sure I will be tweaking this FREE resource to make it even better.
I have made some changes to my form to make this process more seamless. Space is very valuable, so I tried to put the most relevant columns first, but scroll horizontally, and you will find even more information.
Don’t See Your Hashtag or Chat?
Please search the database to make sure someone else hasn’t already submitted before you submit a new hashtag or chat.
(Note: This form is connected directly to the table.)
See an Error or Something to Add/Correct?
(Note: Changes will have to be made manually, so these could take several days or weeks to get updated. Patience is appreciated as I try to maintain this FREE resource for educators.)
Help spread the word by tweeting the link below! Thank you!
The Educational Hashtag Database (Version 1.0)
(Note: Sort A-Z or Z-A by clicking on the header, “Hashtag.” You can also scroll horizontally. The arrows will take you to the next page of entries. Use the search box to search for a specific hashtag.)
Please note that the database below was created with Awesome Tables. If it isn’t loading, it could be your school filter causing the issue.
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