Twitter Review – BCM 325
This post will provide a critical self-reflection of my live tweeting ability during the movie screenings in BCM325 – Future Cultures, and the levels of engagement I achieved in my tweets. Despite being new to live tweeting while watching a movie, I felt that I missed key aspects of dialog or story as I was trying to make a meme or ask a thoughtful question to ask my peers but throughout this time I slowly improved.
Most of the engagement on my original tweets came from discussion about the film and its ideas about the future. I believe these tweets do well because a key component of the BCM325 sessions is to continuously unpack future cultures tropes and ask meaningful questions about the future that these films provide.
Other tweets that were based on funny comments or memes gathered better engagement this time around as I put more effort into my memes, comments and were based on film that were funny and relatable to my peers.
During the sessions I also live tweeted additional interesting sources about the films. Which received mixed levels of engagement, due to my peers were unlikely to read an article while also attempting to live tweet about the film as the same time. Posting additional sources is something I need to work on and do more often.
Finally, I found engage with other people tweets very interesting as we posed questions to one other about the movies we watched which lead to my own further research into what was being questioned furthering my knowledge of the topic that were being discussed about the film. I also engage in the tweets of other viewers through replies, retweets and likes. This something that I got a-lot better at during this assignments and found that i enjoyed the most.