Pinterest for Libraries


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  • Pinterest for Libraries

    1. 1. NEFLIN- Tech TuesdayPresenter: Diana SilveiraNovare Library Services
    2. 2. • Getting Started – what’s the fuss?• Best Practices• Benefits for Professional Development• Your Library on Pinterest• Copyright issues on Pinterest
    3. 3. • A PUBLIC “Virtual Pinboard” to “organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web.”• A discovery and sharing tool for images
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    7. 7. • Browser buttons and Apps
    8. 8. • Post from the original source • Pin from permalinks • Give credit and a thoughtful Pin description • Create boards* • No need to follow everyone who follows youTip: drag and drop images toGoogle Images to find originalsource Meme -
    9. 9. Source:
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    11. 11. • Reading• Find/Share Infographics
    12. 12. • Repin (post it to your board)• Comment (start a discussion)• Like (like it )
    13. 13. Share pictures • @ your library • In Your Community • Archival/Special Collections • Get InspiredCheck Out: Ringling, St Johns County, Collier,
    14. 14. • What’s New• Book Lists• Recommended Reading• Book Club Selections
    15. 15.  Tie-Ins with Slideshare, YouTube, Flickr, Etsy and more
    16. 16. • Add Pinterest to all social media advertising• Link Facebook and Pinterest and cross post*• Promote Pinterest through contests and cross promote Most important – WOMM!
    17. 17. • Collaborate with Users• Create a Contest• Gather pics from an event/user feedback• Create a “Shared Board”
    18. 18. • Virtual Brainstorms• Inspiration Boards• Wish Lists• Share Books, Resources, and more
    19. 19. • Analyze repins, likes, followers, comments, referrals & adjust• Space postings• Set-up your library’s profile – and tie-it to other social media• Write Descriptions – link back to your site, blog,• Add Pinterest to your overall Social Media PlanMost Importantly:• Play, Experiment and HAVE Fun Image source:
    20. 20. • Copyright Responsibility is the users• Copyright Policy with information on how to have your content removed• “NoPin” Code blocks images from being pinned• Is “Kelly v Arriba Soft Corporation” enough? (Thumbnail Case)
    21. 21. • Private Pinboards• Official APIs• Advertising?• Competition?
    22. 22. Diana Silveira