Posted by: bluesyemre | August 5, 2015

Social Media for Creative Libraries by Phil Bradley


Social Media for Creative Libraries explains how librarians and information professionals can use online tools to communicate more effectively, teach people different skills and to market and promote their service faster, cheaper and more effectively. Based on his acclaimed work How to Use Web 2.0 in Your Library, Phil Bradley has restructured and comprehensively updated this new book to focus on the activities that information professionals carry out on a daily basis, before then analysing and explaining how online tools can assist them in those activities. Including:

  • a discussion of authority checking and why information professionals are needed more than ever in a social media world
  • a guide to creating great presentations online
  • how online tools can make teaching and training sessions easier and more enjoyable for information professionals
  • useful tips for implementing new strategies in libraries and a discussion of the practicalities of library marketing and promotion
  • how to create a good social media policy and why
  • a look at a few social media disasters and how they could have been avoided

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