Adding Twitter into my Blogging Class

February 18, 2009 at 7:26 pm 1 comment

It’s time again for me to update my web page for the Blogging for Librarians Class that I teach for Michigan Library Consortium.  I felt it was time to add a small segment on Twitter since it’s defined as a “micro-blogging” service.   In doing research for this update, I was amazed at the number of libraries already having a presence on Twitter.   The Library of Congress is using it as well as Penn State and Yale.  I feel humbled that Plymouth District Library has joined such noble ranks.

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