[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
UK-based health startup HealthBerry has soft launched its beta. Pitched as a “better way to engage with patients” the startup uses social media as a way for national health services to measure patient feedback and thus inform improv... 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