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by Steve Coffman, Vice President, Library Support Services, LSSI — Library Systems and Services

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Facebook faux pas. Errant tweets. A dicey post could be damaging. Avoid these putfalls with some simple guidelines.
By Ellyssa Kroski -- School Library Journal, 10/01/2009

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CHICAGO - ALA Editions announces a new facilitated eCourse on Reference Through Social Media: Developing Standards, Guidelines, and Policies eCourse. Amanda Goodman and Polly-Alida Farrington, will serve as instructors for a six-week facilitated eCourse starting on Feb. 6, 2012.

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Google’s popular social networking site, Google+, was launched in June of this year, and has since built up a membership of more than 40 million users. But only earlier this month did Google begin allowing organizations, and not just individuals, to create their own pages on the site. In the past few weeks, dozens of libraries have created Google+ pages, from large public libraries such as the New York Public Library, to smaller, tech-savvy ones like Darien Library, CT, and Skokie Public Library, IL. Several academic libraries have staked out Google+ pages, as well.

Similar pages on Google+’s primary competitor, Facebook, have been a key element of libraries’ social networking strategies for years. For example, Multnomah County Library, OR, held a popular event earlier this year using Facebook for readers’ advisory.

Library bloggers David Lee King and Joe Murphy both recently posted step-by-step guides to creating Google+ library pages, which are worth a look.

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