I'm Tweeting on the Inside: A Case Study in Small-Scale Social Media
Social media has proven itself as a powerful tool for connecting with your library patrons and building a sense of community. But what if you're not able to use it to promote your library? Maybe your supervisor isn't a fan of Twitter, or the library board isn't sold on the value of a Facebook page. This webinar presents a case study of how librarians who can't promote using social media at their libraries can still utilize it to make a difference and connect with their library communities.
In this webinar, participants will learn how to use social media to:
-connect with other librarians and share information and programming ideas
-create a brand for yourself among your patrons and professional community
-use what social media you have access to to connect with your teens
Clair Segal is the Library Technology Coordinator for the Horace Mann School in New York City. She served as the Teen Tech Week Committee Chair from 2012-2013, and is currently a member of Fabulous Films for Young Adults as well as the chair of YALSA's Awards and Booklist Marketing Taskforce. She's a tweeter, tumblr, and blogger under the handle Awesomebrarian.
How to Register
Register online today!
Registration is also available with a purchase order or by mail. Please download this form and submit with a purchase order or check. Faxed or mailed registrations must be received by the Monday prior to the Thursday webinar.
Cancellations must be submitted in writing up to one week prior to the event. No phone cancellations will be accepted. A $5 processing fee will be deducted from the registration amount. Please mail registration cancellations to:
American Library Association
ATTN: MACS, Online CE Registration
50 E. Huron Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Refunds will be processed after the event. YALSA reserves the right to cancel a course or workshop for insufficient registration or other reasons.
Registration closes June 18. 2013
Credits &/or CEUs Heading
A certificate of participation is available for attendees of this live webinar.
$29 for students
$39 for individual YALSA members
$49 for all other individuals