Fee for this class is $10
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 differetn ways that social software is used in a number of libraries
2 Contact Hours. Participants will receive certificates from Lyrasis.
Jennifer Bielewski is the LYRASIS Technology Services (LTS) Representative, providing information, consulting and training for LTS products and services. Jennifer joined LYRASIS in 1999 as a preservation microfilm specialist. She has held several positions within LYRASIS’ Member Services department ranging from the database services coordinator assisting members with migration and batch load projects to Support Supervisor. Most recently before her move to LTS, she was a member of the Professional Development team as a Professional Development Librarian providing instruction in technology, cataloging and reference. She received her M.L.I.S. from Florida State University.
Lyrasis, LIVE and ONLINE!
At Your Workstation
In Your City, NY
* You are eligible to register for this class if you are a member of one of the nine NY3Rs Association, Inc. Library Councils. A complete listing of all NY3Rs Association, Inc. councils may be found here. If you are unsure of your membership status, please contact your local library council here. Note: SENYLRC members are NY3Rs members. This class is contracted through LYRASIS and is funded by the NY3Rs Association, Inc.