If you’ve not joined a twitter chat before it’s a great opportunity to make connections, learn about other people’s work and share your own work and ideas.
How it works
A twitter chat is simply a collaborative online conversation organised around a central theme or topic. For the first #WetlandHeritageChat the topic will be #WetlandArchaeology.
You just need to be logged in to twitter and use the search function to find the hashtag #WetlandHeritageChat.
Over the course of the hour, we’ll prompt the discussion with a series of questions (numbered Q1, Q2, Q3 etc) and encourage you to respond by joining the conversation; tweeting your response/reflections/comments using the #WetlandHeritageChat hashtag, and A1, A2, A3, etc to indicate which question you’re responding to. You don’t have to respond to the questions, but your comments, questions and reflections will be valued if you do.
If you follow our twitter account (@WetFutures) you’ll find it easier to keep track of the questions.
If you can’t join the twitter chat as it happens, you can still see the discussion (and add your responses) afterwards using the #WetlandHeritageChat hashtag. We’re also planning to archive the chat and share it here.
Why not block the date in your diary and join us over lunch on the 26th August (12-1pm in UK and Ireland, 1-2pm in the Netherlands)?
We’d love to read your contributions to the #WetlandHeritageChat and your thoughts on #WetlandArchaeology!
national heritage week Ireland
In the run up to National Heritage Week Ireland, Rosie and Ben have put together a post-lockdown guide to the best peatland sites across Ireland that can be visited during the nation's staycation! Please see below for our tour and associated guide:
Rosie is the latest member of the WetFutures team and is here to keep you all updated on the latest WetFutures news!