Successful Social Networking in Public Librariesby Walt Crawford
Successful Social Networking in Public Libraries fills in the rest of the picture, offering for the first time an in-depth look at how a large variety of public libraries are
"Most commentaries to date on library use of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter have focused on a handful of well-funded public libraries with high-profile employees. Now Crawford's
Successful Social Networking in Public Libraries fills in the rest of the picture, offering for the first time an in-depth look at how a large variety of public libraries are using social networks. Examining more than 6,000 libraries across the US, Crawford
◗◗ Analyzes social network usage by libraries of different sizes and funding levels, showing how many of them are active and effective in quite different ways
◗◗ Offers many examples that will help other libraries establish or refine their own social networking activities
◗◗ Presents several key questions that libraries should ask themselves, such as "Who do we want to reach?" and "What's the best way to interact with communities?"
◗◗ Gives libraries guidelines to set social networking goals and conduct ongoing evaluation
◗◗ Includes illuminating comments from numerous librarians on the front lines of communication"
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