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Hello everyone! I started an #edchat Twitter list so people could add the followers to their network & make it easier for some to follow the #edchat conversations. I'll tweet this for people to follow #edchatters after every edchat!

To be added to the #edchat list

I need you to add a link to your Twitter name so that I can add you to the list. The profile page links do not work.

1. Check that you aren't already on the list by checking here, http://twitter.com/ShellTerrell/edchat/members
Use this link to also add people from the list!

2. Copy and paste your Twitter url:

http://twitter.com/ShellTerrell/ Notice that if you click this it goes to my twitter profile. You do this by clicking the link icon above.

Thank you! I'll see you on Edchat next Tuesday or on Twitter! I've added some and will continue to add more. If you posted something recently in edchat you are probably on the list!

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Cathy Stutzman: http://twitter.com/Stutz01

Thanks!!
You all have been added! When I see your names I immediately add them within a day or two.
Hi, Shelly! Thank you so much for setting this up. I'm http://twitter.com/hhersey03

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