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140 characters in search of a purpose - Margy MacMillan

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140 characters in search of a purpose - Margy MacMillan

  1. 1. 140 characters in search of a purpose: Integrating Twitter into IL and IL into Twitter Margy MacMillan LILAC 2016 Image credit: Don MacMillan
  2. 2. Twitter for IL Concept Collection Conversation Content Twitter and IL Image credit: Don MacMillan Image credit: Kerri Martin
  3. 3. Twitter as Concept Twitter and IL 140 characters encourages focus and concision
  4. 4. Image credit: Don MacMillan Image credit: Kerri Martin Twitter as Concept Twitter and IL
  5. 5. Twitter as Collection Twitter and IL Image credit: Kerri Martin
  6. 6. Twitter as Conversation Twitter and IL Image credit: Kerri Martin
  7. 7. Twitter as Content • Twitter search tools - http://bit.ly/mrutforj • Using Twitter as Journalists - http://bit.ly/DVarticle • Research articles about Twitter • Practical advice for using Twitter Twitter and IL Image credit: Don MacMillan
  8. 8. How are YOU using Twitter • (we’ll fill this in during the session) Twitter and IL Image credit: Don MacMillan
  9. 9. Twitter and IL Other Ways to Use Twitter • Collection Development • Great IL conversations – like #critlib chats • Great IL/library community for support, ideas Image credit: Don MacMillan
  10. 10. Twitter and Faculty Colleagues • Librarians rule! • …but we can help others • Twitter for researchers • Twitter in teaching beyond IL Twitter and IL Image credit: Kerri Martin
  11. 11. Twitter and IL Thank YOU! mmacmillan@mtroyal.ca @margymaclibrary Margy MacMillan LILAC 2016 Image credit: Don MacMillan

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