Social media in the Library The Age The University of Melbourne's Library uses social media extensively to promote the library to a wide appreciative audience who engage with it via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
"iPad is a versatile device only when coupled with the "right" apps. To tap into the full potential of iPad and to leverage it for your professional learning purposes, you should definitely have certain apps installed on it. Here is a list of some important apps to start with. Of course the selection is based on my personal experience with app reviewing. I have reviewed hundreds of apps in the last couple of years and the ones below, I believe, are the best in the area of professional development:"
Are you looking for some web tools to investigate this summer? Take a look at the 50 tech tools listed below to get started. If you click on the button, it will take you to the website or app. If there is a picture, you can click there to get an example of what some of the tools do.
For generations, a picture was worth a thousand words. Now, in the social network age, a picture is worth a few hundred likes, some +1's, a handful of retweets, stumbles, tumbles, pins, and shares of all sorts. Oh, and those original thousand words.
School library advocacy and using social media. 29/08/2010 | Author Karen. Did you know that if Facebook was a country it would be the third biggest in the world? Did you know that YouTube is a popular search engine?
Touch screen computers, wi-fi access, laptops for loan, self-checkout machines that dole out books and DVDs, digital signage to assist in navigation: this doesn't sound like the library you grew up visiting after school.
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