Monthly Archives: June 2015

Ten things to think about when Retweeting (RT) by Matt Holland

Ten things. Really?  Yes.  Now that I am almost convinced of the value of the Library Twitter account I can see there is more to it.  So here are my thoughts on Retweeting. #1 Feed me … Trying to feed … Continue reading

Posted in Resources and Tools, Top Tips | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Let’s just do it (part 2 of 3): social media training session, the details by Lucy Anderson

Read part 1 at https://lihnnclinicallibs.wordpress.com/2015/05/27/lets-just-do-it-part-1-of-3-planning-a-social-media-training-session-by-lucy-anderson/ So, with a fully booked session we really needed to plan content. We ambitiously thought we could give a good overview of 3 social media tools in that time (2 hours) and designed content based … Continue reading

Posted in Case Studies, Reflection | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Management and the single librarian by Matt Holland

Whether you want to be alone or not. Working as a one person organisation has its challenges. This is a reflection on the first five that come to mind. Feel free to add your own in the comments section. One. … Continue reading

Posted in Reflection | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Twitter. What’s that all about then? or how I almost learned to love Twitter by Matt Holland

The @NWASLibrary Twitter account.  Joined 2010.  Tweets 380 +.  Followers 216.  Following 153. Observing the stop – start, and sometimes just stop output from health care library Twitter accounts, I know colleagues have also asked the question. What can I … Continue reading

Posted in Case Studies, Reflection, Resources and Tools | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment