|Fostering Community and Collaboration With Twitter|
Event Type: SWFLN Webinar|
Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Time: 3:00 PM
What can we accomplish with 140 (or 280) characters cast out into the Twitterverse? Plenty, it turns out. Library staff members across the country approach the world of Twitter with a variety of approaches ranging from publicizing events to organizing community collaborations that provide resources and services that make a visceral difference in the lives of people throughout the areas they serve.
Join us for this one-hour highly interactive webinar that will focus on a few case studies and include plenty of time for participants to discuss their own efforts to use Twitter as a tool to nurture positive transformations.
Participants, by the end of this webinar, should be able to:
Provide a one-sentence description of what Twitter can do to benefit current and prospective library users
Identify at least three resources they can use in their efforts to more effectively support and promote positive change within communities through the use of Twitter
Return to their worksites with at least three ideas they will immediately begin to implement incorporating Twitter into the work they do with members of their communities
Optional Pre-session Work:
Watch the following brief video, skim the following article, and be prepared to discuss what it suggests for your own efforts to incorporate Twitter into your efforts to foster collaboration and community development.
“Twitter in 60 Seconds”
Posted on YouTube September 10, 2009
“10 Golden Rules to Take Your Library’s Twitter Account to the Next Level”
Library Journal, August 27, 2013
Location: Web Based Training
Paul Signorelli ~ BiographyContact: Aaron Blumberg
Paul, co-author of Workplace Learning & Leadership with Lori Reed and author of the forthcoming Change Your World Using Social Media (Rowman & Littlefield, Fall 2018), served as director of staff training for the San Francisco Public Library system before becoming an independent writer-trainer-instructional designer-presenter-social media strategist-consultant. He collaborates with clients and colleagues to identify and work with current trends in ways that help them better serve members of the communities with which they work; continues to serve on New Media Consortium (NMC) Horizon Project expert panels identifying and documenting educational-technology developments, trends, and challenges in libraries and other learning organizations; and writes extensively to document and promote ed-tech innovations. He earned his MLIS through the University of North Texas online program; remains active in training-teaching-learning through ALA and ATD (the Association for Talent Development) at a variety of levels; and can be reached at email@example.com, through his website (http://paulsignorelli.com), or through his Building Creative Bridges blog (http://buildingcreativebridges.wordpress.com.)
Contact Number: 2393136218
Presenter: Paul Signorelli