Using Social media @ The Library
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I created this Powerpoint for one of my Grad class to show how we can use social media in our libraries. Examples that I Used was taken from The Free Library Of Philadelphia where I currently work.

I created this Powerpoint for one of my Grad class to show how we can use social media in our libraries. Examples that I Used was taken from The Free Library Of Philadelphia where I currently work.

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  • 1. Social Media
  • 2. Multimedia•Video sharing•Photography & art sharing•Music and audio sharing•Presentation sharing•Livecasting
  • 3. YouTube is a place to discover, watch, upload and share videos “To build awareness and promote the library and programs and services”•University of Washingtons Information School in Seattle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_uzUh1VT98•Books Aloud! Program http://www.youtube.com/user/Nelida101
  • 4. Free Library Of Philadelphia vs. The New York Public Library• Channel Views: •Channel Views: 2,167 62,656• Total Upload Views: •Total Upload Views: 4,645 348,595• Joined: •Joined: September 09, 2008 September 05, 2008• Last Sign In: Last Sign In: 6 days ago 1 hour ago• Subscribers: Subscribers: 39 969
  • 5. Is an online photo management and sharing application that allows you to show off your favorite photos and videos to the world To share photos of library events, programs, visitors, etc.•Madison Public Library in Madison, Wisconsin ---http://www.flickr.com/photos/madison-public-library•Worthington Libraries in Worthington, Ohio•Helen Hall Library in League City, Texas
  • 6. A digital media services for libraries, schools, enterprises, publishers, and retailers. Enabling them to securely manage, protect, and lend or sell digital audiobooks, eBooks, music, and videos. Patrons are able to checkout audio’s using their library card. •State Library of Kansas http://kansas.lib.overdrive.com/18589F9B-6EB9-448F-9FAC- 346FDE917CC7/10/378/en/Default.htm •Los Angeles Public Library http://audiobooks.lapl.org/B31981D3-FA49-46B8-A740- A67A3DBA20F9/10/366/en/Default.htm
  • 7. Offers users the ability to upload and share publicly or privately PowerPoint presentations, Word documents and Adobe PDF PortfoliosLibraries could use SlideShare to upload training PowerPoints presentations for staff and users•Librarian at Hennepin CountyLibrary From Minneapolis, MN,United Stateshttp://www.slideshare.net/megcanada
  • 8. Offers a complete solution for creating and distributing the highest quality live video experience in a mobile environmentLiveCast gives your subscribers the ability to stream live video - to their friends, familyand colleagues. With just one click, they can share the special moments of their livesby broadcasting from their mobile phone to their favorite social networks and siteslike YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and more.