Tweet-a-Librarian
Mobile Web 2.0 Reference for
the Underfunded and Lonely
Library
October 21, 2010
LOUIS Users Conference
...
goals for twitter and
text message reference
mobile reference
using existing
technology

supplement
traditional
reference
...
“Twitter is an information
network made up of 140character messages called
Tweets.”
-Twitter 101
-communication
-reader
-networking
-pop culture
-activism
SCREEN SHOTS
-Website features
-Celebrities and verified accounts.
beyond twitter.com

tweetdeck
bit.ly
foursquare
facebook
twitter.com/ekl_library

#unolib
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    1. 1. Tweet-a-Librarian Mobile Web 2.0 Reference for the Underfunded and Lonely Library October 21, 2010 LOUIS Users Conference Sonnet Ireland and Faith Simmons Earl K. Long Library, University of New Orleans
    2. 2. goals for twitter and text message reference mobile reference using existing technology supplement traditional reference increase awareness of library resources
    3. 3. “Twitter is an information network made up of 140character messages called Tweets.” -Twitter 101
    4. 4. -communication -reader -networking -pop culture -activism
    5. 5. SCREEN SHOTS -Website features -Celebrities and verified accounts.
    6. 6. beyond twitter.com tweetdeck bit.ly foursquare facebook
    7. 7. twitter.com/ekl_library #unolib
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