by David Lee King on October 28, 2009
by David Lee King on October 26, 2009
My part of this session is above… I introduced the concept and talked about the variety of interactions available using social networks.
Up next was Amy Kearns and Julie Strange, talking about: Tweet What? 5 sweet ways to connect in 140 characters or less. Notes below:
Searching for tweets with a positive/negative attitude – sentiment at advanced search of search.twitter.com
showing examples of types of tweets from libraries
Twitter can be embedded anywhere…
1. use it for reference
2. connect for customer service
3. broadcast news & events
4. solicit feedback
5. broaden professional networks
6. harness the hive
by David Lee King on October 25, 2009
I am one part of a 3-person preconference session at Internet Librarian 2009 that’s focused completely on Twitter! Here’s my part of the session – enjoy!
by David Lee King on October 16, 2009
Well … we have a new one coming out called Library 101! We plan to debut it at Internet Librarian 2009 (during our presentation about making videos on October 28), and we are pretty stoked about it, too! Why, you ask? Well…
But most important – the message. Library 101 tells a story. A story about the evolution of libraries and librarians. Historically, we grew and evolved to a certain point. Some of us are continuing to evolve, others are not quite there yet but are working to get there.
The goal of our song, our video, the website and essays? To inspire you to grow, to evolve, and to change your communities!
Michael does a great job of explaining Library 101 on Maurice Coleman’s regular T is for Training podcast. Take a listen. And more importantly, take a listen and a look on October 28 – I will post the video as soon as it goes live, so stay tuned!
by David Lee King on October 13, 2009
Yesterday, I spoke at TechFest for Anythink Libraries in the Denver metro area. Cool place! They have completely re-worked their library brand, they have dumped Dewey, and are quickly picking up speed learning about technology (just the fact that their staff inservice day was called “Techfest” is a testament to that!). Keep an eye on this library – they’re doing some pretty cool things.
It was a fun presentation to do for a dynamic group of people. So thanks, Anythinkers!