Category Archives: Twitter

Second Assignment: Part B Reflection

At the start of the course I stated that I wanted my social media-horizons to be broadened and to be convinced that social media has a place for constructive use in libraries. Three months on and I feel both goals … Continue reading

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Module 2: Blogs and Microblogging

Blogs Simple and prolific. Adopted by subject librarians in university libraries with mixed results due to content and frequency of posts. I chose WordPress to host my Online Learning Journal based on a seminar I attended whilst at RMIT where … Continue reading

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Module 4: Top Ten

Explore the social networking ideas in AnnaLaura Brown’s two blog entries about top tools and trends for libraries on her Social Networking in Libraries [blog]: Top 10 Social Networking Tools and Trends for Libraries from 2009 (19 December, 2009) Top … Continue reading

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Module 4: Working the social: Twitter and FriendFeed.

A great list at the end of this article, 20 ways for librarians to use Twitter. I’ll be forwarding that on to my colleagues. Particularly liked daily tip of the day. I have not used FriendFeed but set up a … Continue reading

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Blog updates feed to Twitter account

But this works like a charm. Although who wants to read it? Just experimenting folks!

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Twitter feed to blog

Removed my Twitter feeds from this blog as I re-instated a privacy request in my Twitter account. Too much junk Twitter out there.

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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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