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Better Networking with Twitter

Do you want to use Twitter to promote your library service? Would you like use Twitter to network and develop professionally? Would you like to take your use of the medium to new levels?

19/04/2018
When: Thursday 19th April 2018
From 6 p.m.
Where: The Library
Audrey Emerton Building
Eastern Road
Brighton, East Sussex  BN2 5BE
United Kingdom
Presenter: Tom Roper, Clinical Librarian at Brighton and Sussex NHS LKS
Contact: Amanda Lackey
01444 441881 x5463

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Better Networking with Twitter

Do you want to use Twitter to promote your library service? Would you like use Twitter to network and develop professionally? Would you like to take your use of the medium to new levels?

This evening interactive workshop will help you do all these, and answer questions such as:

·         What and when shall I tweet?

·         How do I use lists and saved searches?

·         How can I network on Twitter?

·         How can I measure and improve my account’s impact on Twitter?

·         How can I develop a Twitter strategy?

·         How can I use Twitter safely, professionally and ethically?

The workshop takes place in Brighton and Sussex NHS Library and Knowledge Service’s dedicated Library/IT Training Room at the Audrey Emerton Building, opposite the Royal Sussex County Hospital. PCs are available for all participants, and you are also encouraged to bring mobile devices.

The workshop is free to CILIP members (CILIP membership number required).

There is a charge of £5.00 for non-CILIP members.

For tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/better-networking-with-twitter-tickets-43928328814

Teacher: Tom Roper, Clinical Librarian at Brighton and Sussex NHS LKS.  Tom has been using Twitter professionally and personally since 2006 as @tomroper. He is part of the team that manages the Brighton and Sussex NHS LKS  account and has run Twitter training for doctors, nurses, other health professionals, and library workers, as well as being one of those behind the highly successful #ukmedlibs tweet chats

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