A202 - Meaningful social media

A session at Internet Librarian International 2014

Wednesday 22nd October, 2014

11:15am to 12:15pm (GMT)

Social media synergy: a method to the madness
Kelley Cotter, Duquesne University

Tweeting @ the library: engaging students through social media
Starr Hoffman, Social Sciences Libraries, Columbia University

Twitter tactics: analysing Canadian Research Libraries’ (CARL) use of Twitter
Angela Hamilton, University of Toronto Scarborough,
Sarah Forbes, University of Toronto Scarborough

Three libraries share their experience and strategies for creating a meaningful social media presence.

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Kelley Cotter

Librarian/wannabe astronaut groupie. One time I won an award for busting bank fraud and I can google like you wouldn't believe. bio from Twitter

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Starr Hoffman, PhD

Librarian @columbialib / @columbiajourn, prof @PrattSILS. Addicted to learning, travel, scifi, books, art, fashion, photography, food, & geekery of all sorts. bio from Twitter

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Angela Hamilton

I am a life sciences librarian at UTSC in Toronto. I'm interested in information literacy, technology, knitting, and FUN. bio from Twitter

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Sarah M Forbes

UTSC Librarian with an interest in environmental sciences, emerging technologies & scholarly communication issues bio from Twitter

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Time 11:15am12:15pm GMT

Date Wed 22nd October 2014

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