[From this earlier post]Thanks for the responses, people!"We are having our teen advisory groups make videos that we post on blogs, facebook and Twitter. I am sure thus isn't anything new though." ~ Jessica, who works for Seattle Public Library.[I quickly commented that it wasn't necessary to be new or earth shaking. Being consistent and being genuine in engaging customers were more important]"you can make them post impressions of what they read on facebook.
The vast majority of teens (to the tune of 94% in 2012) are on Facebook, but many of them are gravitating toward Twitter and other social media sites that their parents don't tend to use, according to a new Pew Research Center poll.... Read Post
When Leonard Nimoy sent his final tweet into the virtual world of social media, did he have any idea that it would turn into a eulogy? From his best friend William Shatner to life-long fans of Star Trek and even to NASA, the man who... Read Post
Question to librarians (or people who use library services): how would you use social media to serve children and/ or teens?I've been invited to speak at the 5th International Symposium on library services for children and young adu... Read Post