Today’s stories include: collecting Twitter data, school librarianship, use of Kobo in business, marketing the medical library, and more.
- Judging a book by its cover | CIO New Zealand – Kobo finds an enterprise use for its e-reader via @wifilibrarian. (BoK7)
- RepositoryMan: Using EPrints Repositories to Collect Twitter Data via @pstainthorp. (BoK6)
- It’s Broken; Let’s Fix It: The Traditional Model of School Librarianship via @donnarae9. (BoK9)
- Incl @UTSLibrary Case Study: RT @zaana: my seminar presentation ‘strategically social. plan. engage. act.‘ (slideshare) (BoK9)
- Facilitator of crowdsourced ideas by @janholmquist. (BoK2)
- A great summary of discussions on Special Collections from the recent
#libcampuk via @Anne6fy. (BoK2)
- 4 Librarians, 4 Ereaders, 1 Month: 4 ereaders patrons are using right now from @LibraryJournal. (BoK7)
- Tips on Marketing Your Medical Library via @ericrumsey. (BoK3)
These stories are a hand-picked selection of the many being tweeted by a number of top quality library heroes I follow on Twitter.