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    • Personal Learning Networks
      Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/christchurchcitylibraries/3291219282/
      Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/crystaleagle/2386230724/
      LeAnn Suchy, Metronet
      leann@metronet.lib.mn.us
    • Personal Learning Networks (PLNs)
      Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/christchurchcitylibraries/3080744089/
    • What does your online PLN look like?
      Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/crystaleagle/2386230724/
    • Librarians are blogging about our profession
      10 Librarian Blogs to Read in 2010
      100 Best Blogs for Librarians of the Future
    • Blog yourself! Some tips…
      100 Terrific Tips & Tools for Blogging Librarians
      Find a focus
      Use appropriate language
      Respond to comments
      Be fun – let personality show
      Bring up your blog in every day conversation
    • Twitter
      Microblogging platform, textual platform
      140 characters per message
      Links can be included
      Newly added – Tweet Your Location
    • Twitter in Plain English
    • Librarians are tweeting about our profession
    • So are authors and others of interest
      100 of the Best Authors on Twitter
    • So are organizations and businesses
    • Why use Twitter?
      Instant updates
      Headline scanning
      Staying informed
      Professional networking
      Reach wider community
      Fun
    • How libraries are using Twitter
      Event promotion
      New book promotion
      Search for what people are saying
      Field-related info / professional development
      Instant feedback
      Conferences
    • More info about Twitter
      Twitter on Library Success Wiki
      How Your Library Isn’t Using Twitter but Should
      Twittering Libraries and Case Studies on an LIS class wiki
      100 Best Twitter Feeds for Librarians of Future
      Top 100 Twittering Librarians
    • 100 Awesome YouTube Vids for Librarians
    • Follow YouTube Channels
      When you upload or create an account in YouTube, you create a channel
    • Neil Gaiman channel
    • BookTV channel
    • TED Talks channel
    • Lee Lefever channel(aka Common Craft “In Plain English”videoguy)
    • Project Information Literacy channel
    • Green Day channel
    • YouTube: More Than Just Cats
      blog post
    • Nings
      Free social networks
      Based around common interest
      Forums & blogs
      Additional add-ons
      Create your own or join already-made Nings
    • Facebook to stay in touch
      With friends/family, but also
      With people you meet at conferences
      Colleagues
      Internet librarian “friends”
      With groups of interest to you
    • Pick and choose
      Don’t need to do all these
      Pick one or two based upon your needs and liking
      “Friend” Ann and me in the places you choose!