Utilizing social networks to create a library presence can help bring your library services to the public. This two-hour online class teaches you how utilizing social software can help you promote your library's activities and services to connect with your users. The workshop will highlight a variety of social software outlets, such as Flickr, Facebook, Twitter and the latest social networking site. We will discuss the features of social software for library promotion.
- Describe how joining networks can help you market your library services
- List the pros and cons of various social networking tools
- Compare and evaluate the different ways that social software is used in a number of libraries
2 Contact Hours. Participants will receive certificates from Lyrasis.
NY3Rs Members Fee: $10
Registration is available at http://www.ny3rs.org/?page_id=262&action=evregister&event_id=2
This class is open only to members of the NY3Rs Association, Inc (Including those eligible for classes at CDLC, CLRS, LILRC, METRO, NNYLN, RRLC, SCRLC, AND WNYLRC).