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Twitter Scavenger Hunt

Twitter Scavenger Hunt

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Published by Carrie Brown-Smith

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Published by: Carrie Brown-Smith on Apr 13, 2011
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Twitter “Scavenger Hunt”***DO NOT FORGET THE HASHTAG #J4801**
Think like a reporter. Have an eagle eye for the interesting, the important, and therelevant, the unique, and the immediate.
Double check your facts.
Think like a public relations professional. Show other people what’s cool about theUniversity of Memphis.Think like a storyteller. You may only have 140 characters in each Tweet, but you cansay a lot in a few words or using an image.You may use more than one Tweet for each of the items below. Don’t overdo it, though.Less is more.You will want to offer an introductory Tweet or two explaining what you are doing andintroducing your partner. You may use either of your accounts or both. Doesn’t matter aswe are using the hashtag to organize the Tweets.Why are we doing this? A good Twitterer is a careful observer who ALWAYS has an eyeopen for novel and important information that might be relevant to your audience. He or she does personal bring perspective and voice, but is always thinking about theaudience and what their needs are. This is good practice. I am hoping we can get somedialogue going with other journalism schools as well.1. School spirit! Photo and quote from someone (not you or your partner) revealing school spirit(what exactly that means is up to you.)2. Photo and quote of/from somebody (not you or your partner) at your favorite eating spot oncampus.3. Professor on the street. Photo and quote from a professor on campus. Ask them what theythink the role social media plays in social change, such as Egypt. Be sure you include theprofessor’s title and department.4. Student on the street. Photo and quote from a student. Ask them where they get their newsand if they use social media to keep up on the news. Be sure you include their year in schooland major.5. Academic excellence. Photo and quote that reveals (you are going to have to be creative)how Memphis contributes to cutting edge research and/or learning.6. Scenic spot. Photo of your favorite scenic spot on campus.7. Little-known fact. Photo and quote of something you think many people might not know aboutUniversity of Memphis/our campus, even some of those of us that go to school here.8. Fanatic fans - Photo/quote from somebody asking for their prognosis on the remainder of thebasketball season, or other sport of your choice.9. Photo of you and a photo of your partner in your favorite spot on campus.10. Extracurricular extravaganza: Photo and quote that exemplifies some of the huge variety of clubs, organizations, etc. available to students at our university.

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