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Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
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Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
Pa la 2012   kline - social media & professional development
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An introduction to using social media for professional development. Target audience: librarians.

An introduction to using social media for professional development. Target audience: librarians.

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  • Some librarians mix personal and professional on Facebook.
  • A lot of organizations and libraries have pages too.
  • Google+ is one of the newer social networks. It’s slowly catching on. Great feature: Google+ Hangouts
  • A lot of library organizations have discussion groups on LinkedIn.
  • Twitter is really good for conference backchannels.
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    • 1. Social Media& Professional Development Sorting through the chaos
    • 2. Vickie L. KlineSystems Librarian, Associate ProfessorYork College of PA
    • 3. DisclaimerThis is how I define professional development:• Free range learning• Connecting with colleagues• Participating in professional discussions• Following musings and research of key thinkers in my discipline• Exploring new tools and resources
    • 4. 3 Questions to Ask Yourself...
    • 5. Where do your colleagues liveonline?
    • 6. Are you a discusser, a lurker, a sharer, or awriter?
    • 7. What is your preferred learning mode? http://tweakyourbiz.com/marketing/files/reading-list.jpg
    • 8. GeneralSocialNetworksFacebook
    • 9. GeneralSocialNetworksFacebook
    • 10. GeneralSocialNetworksGoogle+
    • 11. GeneralSocialNetworksLinkedIn
    • 12. GeneralSocialNetworksTwitter
    • 13. Citation NetworksMendeley
    • 14. Social BookmarkingDelicious Diigo
    • 15. Presentation SharingSlideshare
    • 16. Blogging• Finding blogs o Salem Press Blog Search o• Tools for publishing your own blog o Blogger o WordPress o Tumblr
    • 17. My Favorite Blogs• David Lee King• iLibrarian (Ellyssa Kroski)• Tame the Web (Michael Stephens)• ReadWriteWeb• lifehacker
    • 18. Feed ReadersFeedly
    • 19. Feed ReadersGoogle Reader
    • 20. Feed ReadersFlipBoard
    • 21. CuratingPinterest
    • 22. Live EventsLibrary 2.0
    • 23. Live EventsWebJunction
    • 24. What are yourfavorite social sites?
    • 25. Ask me! Vickie Kline vkline@ycp.eduYou can also add me to your Google+ circles!

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