Social media have created powerful new tools for educators to form informal communities of practice with others around the world. As you proceed through the course, we encourage you to share your learning both in our forums and in whatever online networks you participate in. This is optional and you are not required to join or use these tools. One advantage of participating in these networks is that they allow you to make connections that can persist beyond the end of this course. They also allow you to share your learning in this course with your local community and other networks.
As always, whenever you share on social media, be thoughtful about how your posts will be received by colleagues and community, and be sure to follow local norms, rules, and guidelines.
FOLLOW THE TEACHING SYSTEMS LAB ON TWITTER
Those of you who are active on Twitter can follow us @MoocsTsl and share what you are learning in this course with the #TSLequity hashtag.
EXPLORE MORE EQUITY CONVERSATIONS ON TWITTER
There are also several active communities of educators discussing equity on Twitter that we encourage you check out including: Clear the Air (@ClearTheAirEdu and #ClearTheAir), Disrupt Texts (#DisruptTexts), and Edu Color (@EduColor and #EduColor).