A Tweetorial is a short thread of tweets which provides educator-driven content centered around a chosen topic.
Tweetorials leverage the multimedia capabilities of Twitter to dissect a topic using supporting articles, videos, diagrams, and polls.
To start things off, tell us which you find most useful when learning an online source:
I'm going to avoid the Title Page ("Introducing the 'Hepatologist's CBC') of the thread because that naturally draws the most attention of any post on a thread...
It gets even better: Anything that breaks up text and draws the eye is going to drive 🌟engagement🌟 with your #tweetorial.
To prove the point, which of Dr. Tapper's posts had more likes and retweets (markers of engagement)?
We have unpublished data suggesting that Twitter use can drive 1* literature use. Posting articles in a #tweetorial not only drives credibility but also sparks further learning!
Interactivity - asking someone for their thoughts, encouraging right answers, correcting wrong answers - can really make learning stick. This is true in real life and true on the web.