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Gregory Klein & Nilda Sanchez
GSLIS 747 – Fall 2010
November 2, 2010
Getting Started
Getting Started
Getting Started
Getting Started
Getting Started
Getting Started
Getting Started
Getting Started
Libraries:Facebook
By
Nilda Sanchez
Why Use Facebook?
Its become clear that a wide-range of people are
regularly using Facebook. Creating a library Facebook o...
Additional Incentive
• Open access & services by using as many avenues possible.
Users have option of taking advantage of ...
21 CUNY Libraries• William & Anita M. Newman Library (Baruch)
• A. Philip Randolph Memorial Library (BMCC)
• Bronx Communi...
14 CUNY Libraries on
Facebook
• A. Philip Randolph Memorial Library (BMCC)
• Bronx Community College Library
• Brooklyn Co...
CUNY Libraries on Facebook
Libraries Event
s
Discussion
s
Link
s
Photos Other
Borough of Manhattan
CC
   
Bronx Commun...
Get to Know . . . the Library
• Faculty & Staff
• Announcements
• New Hire
• Staff Service background
• Postings
• Events ...
• Equipment
• Scanner
• Printer
• Color Copier
• Book Sale
• Student
Competitions
• Library Resources
• Newsletter
• Instr...
Encouraging Library Interaction
Visit…
• Circulation Staff
• Technical Support
• Librarian on Duty
• Library online survey...
Library Search Applications
BookSharing Tools
• Books iread
• BookShare
Catalogue Search
• World Cat
Electronic Resources
...
Facebook Groups for Librarians
General Groups for Librarians
• Librarians and Facebook
• FacebookAppsForLibraries
Groups A...
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  1. 1. Facebook Gregory Klein & Nilda Sanchez GSLIS 747 – Fall 2010 November 2, 2010
  2. 2. Getting Started
  3. 3. Getting Started
  4. 4. Getting Started
  5. 5. Getting Started
  6. 6. Getting Started
  7. 7. Getting Started
  8. 8. Getting Started
  9. 9. Getting Started
  10. 10. Libraries:Facebook By Nilda Sanchez
  11. 11. Why Use Facebook? Its become clear that a wide-range of people are regularly using Facebook. Creating a library Facebook offers diversity in an already diverse market. Instead of expecting users to take extra steps to visit the library’s own website, its accessible from their page. The fact that libraries can directly contact fans is also a prime motivator in setting up and maintaining a fan page. Libraries are using social networking site such as, Facebook to improving it’s image and visibility, and as a result, attract more users.
  12. 12. Additional Incentive • Open access & services by using as many avenues possible. Users have option of taking advantage of available resources. • Catalog search widgets can be placed into Facebook. • Connection with users
  13. 13. 21 CUNY Libraries• William & Anita M. Newman Library (Baruch) • A. Philip Randolph Memorial Library (BMCC) • Bronx Community College Library • Brooklyn College Library • Morris R. CohenLibraries (City) • College of Staten Island Library • Mina Rees Library (Grad Center) • Graduate School of Journalism (Research Center) • Hostos Community College Library • Hunter College Libraries • Lloyd George Sealy Library (John Jay) • Robert J. Kibbee Library (Kingsborough) • La Guardia Community CollegeLibrary • CUNY School of Law Library • Leonard Lief Library (Lehman) • Charles Evans Inniss Memorial Library (Medgar Evers) • Ursula C. Schwerin Library (NYCCT) • Queens College Library • Kurt R.Schmeller Library (Queensborough) • York College Library (York)
  14. 14. 14 CUNY Libraries on Facebook • A. Philip Randolph Memorial Library (BMCC) • Bronx Community College Library • Brooklyn College Library • Morris R. Cohen Libraries (City) • College of Staten Island Library • Mina Rees Library (Grad Center) • Graduate School of Journalism (Research Center) • Hostos Community College Library • Hunter College Libraries • Lloyd George Sealy Library (John Jay) • La Guardia Community College Library • Leonard Lief Library (Lehman) • Queens College Library • Kurt R. Schmeller Library (Queensborough)
  15. 15. CUNY Libraries on Facebook Libraries Event s Discussion s Link s Photos Other Borough of Manhattan CC     Bronx Community College     Brooklyn College    City College     Flickr, Videos College of Staten Island     WorldCat, Videos Graduate Center  WorldCat, Notes, Grad School of Journalism   WorldCat, Ask A Librarian, RSS/Blog Hostos CC    Hunter College   John Jay College     Videos La Guardia CC     Academic Search Premier, RSS/Blog, Article search Lehman College    Events Queens College    Queensborough CC    
  16. 16. Get to Know . . . the Library • Faculty & Staff • Announcements • New Hire • Staff Service background • Postings • Events & Exhibits • Library hours (Closings & Holidays)
  17. 17. • Equipment • Scanner • Printer • Color Copier • Book Sale • Student Competitions • Library Resources • Newsletter • Instructional Seminars • Websites (Homepage, Blog, etc.) • Useful tips (how to..) • Find a Book • Article via Databases • Save on Textbooks Marketing the Library What’s New?
  18. 18. Encouraging Library Interaction Visit… • Circulation Staff • Technical Support • Librarian on Duty • Library online survey ww.surveymonkey.com • New to the library? • Lost & Overwhelmed? • Need assistance? User opinion is of utmost importance
  19. 19. Library Search Applications BookSharing Tools • Books iread • BookShare Catalogue Search • World Cat Electronic Resources • JStor Librarian Application LibGuides
  20. 20. Facebook Groups for Librarians General Groups for Librarians • Librarians and Facebook • FacebookAppsForLibraries Groups Associated with Professional Organizations • CILIP UC&R Group • AASL • IFLA Groups Associated with Events / Conferences • LILAC Conference
  21. 21. Questions/Comments
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