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AJL & Social Media Part 2
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AJL & Social Media Part 2

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Presentation for Seattle 2010 Convention, Heidi Estrin's segment

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  • The words “social media” might sound intimidating, but I’m here to tell you that you already have a life online whether you realize it or not. You engage in social media whenever you interact with someone or something via the Internet. Raise your hand if you use…
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    • 1. AJL and the Social Web<br />Heidi Estrin & Diane Romm<br />Association of Jewish Libraries<br />45th Annual Convention, Seattle, WA<br />July 4-7, 2010<br />
    • 2. Social Media<br />It’s Good for the Jews<br />
    • 3. Your Life Online<br />Email<br />Listservs like Hasafran<br />Google or other search tools<br />Online library catalogs<br />Facebook<br />Twitter<br />Shopping online<br />Watching videos online<br />Listening to audio online<br />Reading/writing a blog<br />Reading or adding to a wiki<br />Leaving comments<br />Online games & time-killers<br />Bookmarking a website<br />Watching TV or streaming video online<br />Attending a webcast or online meeting<br />Using Skype to make a call<br /> What else…?<br />
    • 4. jewishlibraries.org/blog<br />
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    • 9. jewishlibraries.org/podcast<br />
    • 10.
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    • 15. facebook.com/jewishlibraries<br />
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    • 22. twitter.com/jewishlibraries<br />
    • 23.
    • 24. Other Jewish Lit Sites<br />
    • 25. forwordsbooks.com<br />
    • 26. barbarabbookblog.blogspot.com<br />
    • 27. tabletmag.org<br />
    • 28. jewishbooks.wordpress.com<br />
    • 29. thewholemegillah.wordpress.com<br />
    • 30. jpsblog.org<br />
    • 31. Interactvity!<br />
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    • 33. Non-Jewish Sites<br />
    • 34. Support authors<br />
    • 35. Amazon.com Reviews<br />
    • 36. Wikipedia<br />

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