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Social Networking for Career Advancement: it's not your teenager’s Facebook.... Mary Scanlon Business Librarian Wake Forest University Kathy Makens Electronic Information Services Librarian Durham County Libraries

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Social Networking for Career Advancement: it's not your teenager’s Facebook. Mary Scanlon Business Librarian Wake Forest University Kathy Makens Electronic Information Services Librarian Durham County Libraries. Talk to Us, Interact, Mingle!. @kmakens #nclasocial - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Social Networking for Career Advancement: it's not your teenagers Facebook.... Mary ScanlonBusiness LibrarianWake Forest University

    Kathy MakensElectronic Information Services LibrarianDurham County Libraries

  • Talk to Us, Interact, [email protected]#nclasocialhttp://dclstrategicplan.pbworks.com/NCLA+-+Social+Networking

  • Talk to Us, Interact, [email protected]#nclasocialhttp://dclstrategicplan.pbworks.com/NCLA+-+Social+Networking

  • Professional DevelopmentSo much to read

    But whos got the time?

  • SourcesJournal ArticlesBlogsConferencesProfessional Associations

  • ToolsEmail alertsRSS feedsTwitterFacebook

  • Which Tools for Which Sources?

    SourcesToolsJournal Articles/DatabasesEmail alertsRSS feeds

    BlogsRSS feeds

    ConferencesTwitterFacebook

    Professional AssociationsFacebook Twitter

  • Articles: Email Alerts

  • Articles: Email Alerts

  • Articles: RSS FeedsRSS: Real simple syndicationAutomatically delivers new items to your readerReader options:BloglinesGoogle Reader

  • Articles: RSS Feeds

  • Tools: Google Reader

  • BlogsFocus on current topicsMay discuss material from:Journal articlesConferencesPersonal and professional experiences

  • Blogs: RSS Feeds

  • Blogs: RSS Feeds

  • Conferences: TwitterTweet in 140 charactersForward or re-tweetTag tweets with hash tags: #ncla09Reply directly

  • Conferences: Twitter

  • Conferences: Twitter

  • Conferences: Twitter

  • Conferences: Twitter

  • TwitterWhom do I follow?LibrariansTechiesSocial media expertsNews organizationsPublishersProfessional Associations

  • TwitterTweets often lead to:Blog postsNews or journal articlesWeb sites

  • TwitterHow do I use Twitter?News feedSocial networkVirtual community

  • TwitterTwibesTribes on Twitter

    The librarians twibe has 1300+ members

  • Professional Assoc.: Facebook

  • Professional Assoc.: FacebookALASLANCLAACRL

  • Social Networking SitesValuable tools for:Keeping up with current professional issuesNetworking with colleaguesFollowing conference proceedings from a distanceJoining virtual communities through professional associations

  • Refining The Glut of InformationFiltering by creating RSS Feeds from Database SearchesPipes!

  • LinkedIn is for people that Ive worked with. Facebook is for people I knew in school and growing up. Twitter is for people that I want to know. [email protected]

  • Do's and Don'ts

    Don't rely entirely on your privacy settings

    Remember that you're not just having a conversation Managing your identity isn't just defensive remember what makes you look good!

  • Track Your Identity

    Google AlertsTweet BeepsApplies to You, Your Library, or Your Program!

  • Job HuntingFacebook connect with people you know who may be able to connect you with jobsTwitter advertise yourself to potential employersLone Wolf Social Networking Resume:http://twitter.com/LoneWolfMLS/statuses/3833994467

    ****What I Mean by 2.0 Everyone has a different idea of what library 2.0 and web 2.0 means so I want to give a little context for what I mean by 2.0 in this presentation. What do you think of when I say Library 2.0?**Anyone ever heard of Super Patron?*Learning shouldnt be misery. I pay more attention to a message that comes in an entertaining way.