Category Archives: OLJ TASK

OLJ M4: developing a social media marketing strategy

I discovered information about the social media marketing at the University of Melbourne library whilst researching for the first assignment. A ten person committee oversees the Facebook and Twitter accounts. If I was in a position to advise the current … Continue reading

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OLJ M5: development of social media policies in organisations

Option B Purpose of the policy Clearly define what the policy is for and who it is aimed at and include information about legal requirements. Be positive and encourage employees to use it. Make the policy available. Don’t bury it … Continue reading

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OLJ M5:The challenge of finding authentic information in a socially networked world

Garfinkel, S. (2008). Wikipedia and the meaning of truth. Technology Review, 111 (6), 84-86. Lorenzo, G. (2007). Catalysts for change: Information fluency, Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and the new education culture Wittenberg, K. (2007). Credibility of content and the future … Continue reading

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OLJ M3: Library 2.0

Building Academic Library 2.0 Comments made by Meredith Farkas In relation to the University of Melbourne Library Know your users Rather than create random Facebook pages, Twitter accounts and blogs actually conduct a survey to ascertain what library users are … Continue reading

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OLJ M3: A-Z of Social Networking

B- Blog, does your library have a blog? This is a great way for you to offer value and content for your library and it has become the standard for libraries to have one. There are a few blogs in … Continue reading

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OLJ M1: RSS feeds

http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/ News and resources on Library 2.0 and the information revolution. Written by Ellyssa Kroski. the Emerging Technologies and Web Services Librarian at Barnard College. http://librariesinteract.info/ Blog central for Australasian Libraries This blog was set up and is administered by … Continue reading

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