Social media tools have brought innovations that turned the Web from a read-only environment into an online community where people meet, exchange information, collaborate, and communicate using web-based tools and social networking sites. These tools are now core to the internet, and a rapidly growing percentage of people now expect to be able to interact with people and content. How can your library benefit from and participate in social media?
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Libraries Get Reel
Publish Date: News / 7 March 2023
The Milwaukee Public Library has been making headlines for their creative TikTok posts that have reached millions of people. After opening their account in summer 2022, it didn’t take long for their posts to start going viral. And everyone gets in on...
Emerging Tech Trends for 2022 and Beyond
Publish Date: Webinar / 30 August 2022
This presentation introduces emerging technology trends and how those trends might reshape library services.
Localizing the Misinformation Escape Room
Publish Date: News / 11 August 2022
Even before the official launch of Loki’s Loop in June 2022, the research team at the University of Washington Information School received numerous requests for collaboration from across the world. The first two organizations they agreed to support a...
Break Free from Misinformation in an Escape Room
Publish Date: Webinar / 14 June 2022
How can you use an escape room to help inform library patrons about misinformation? Watch this webinar to learn about new programming resources for your library!
The Euphorigen Investigation: Backgrounder
Publish Date: News / 13 June 2022
Are there patrons at your library who seem to be influenced by misinformation? Have you tried to provide them with trustworthy information, or offered tips on how to better search? Have you provided digital or media literacy programs that teach criti...
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