Tag Archives: Social Media

Reflections: Social Software and Libraries

It’s been a busy term, and it’s hard to believe it’s over already! I’ve mentioned that I am currently employed at the University of Waterloo Library, and this class has been an excellent complement to the experiences I’ve been enjoying … Continue reading

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A Cure, or an Opportunity?: Social Media and Library Functions

Since my responses to Cameron’s questions are written in a style that is more suited to a blog post than it is to a microblog post, I have decided to post them here. a. What do you think of Nicholas … Continue reading

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“Work is an Online Conversation”: Guidelines, Restrictions, and (Online) Social Media Policy

I have used database thesauri to help refine my results in the process of researching social media and social software, and I have found that ‘online social media’ has often been an effective term to use. This specific term is a … Continue reading

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Refining Library 2.0

It’s probably clear from my first blog post that I appreciate a clear definition as a jumping-off point for discussion—and this is especially so with regard to complex concepts that are not delineated easily. Library 2.0 is a term that … Continue reading

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