Instant Ideas and Collaboration

#uklibchat in the media

#ukibchat has been the subject of a number of articles and reports. Click on the links below for further details.

A Snapshot of Priorities & Perspectives: UK Public Libraries
http://www.oclc.org/reports/uk-libraries/214758ukb-B-Member-Communication-Survey-Report-UK-public-web.pdf Page 4
In this report of a snapshot survey by OCLC, the #uklibchat Twitter account (@uklibchat) was one of the top three Twitter handles that public library staff follow, along with Voices for the Library (@ukpling) and CILIP (@cilipinfo)

20 Essential Twitter Chats for the Twitter Crowd
#uklibchat was listed as second in the “20 Essential Twitter Chats for the Library Crowd”

#uklibchat – Tweet All About It by Sam Wiggins
http://www.cilip.org.uk/publications/update-magazine/Pages/default.aspx February 2012
Sam explained what #uklibchat was all about to readers of the leading UK journal for library professionals – CILIP Update.

Twitter Chat: Instant Ideas and Collaboration by Sam Wiggins

E-books in Libraries by Sam Wiggins
Team member Sam Wiggins has written two articles giving brief summaries of two of our early chats – on e-books and library activism.

Hashtags for Information Professionals by Bethan Ruddock
#uklibchat is mentioned as one of the hashtags for information professionals by Bethan Ruddock – as one of the leading hashtags for structured conversations

#uklibchat, #ECRchat, #PhDchat, #Socialchat and Other Tweetchats by Brian Kelly
Brian, of UKOLN, discusses #uklibchat and other web chats

Michelle Dalton | Movers & Shakers 2013 — Community Builders by Library Journal
Michelle, one of 2013’s “Movers and Shakers,” mentions how #uklibchat influenced her founding #irelibchat

#uklibchat #ub13 by Sheila Webber
Sheila Webber, an academic at Sheffield University’s iSchool, reports on Ka Ming’s presentaton on #uklibchat at the CILIP Umbrella 2013 conference.


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This entry was posted on December 13, 2012 by in In the media.


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