Haven’t tweeted at a professional event before? Or just in need of a re-cap? Here’s your social media guide to NLS6.
Okay, the basics first.
Key information and updates will be shared via @alianls6. Make sure you’re following us and we’d love to hear about your experience at NLS6!
Engage with others in the sharing of ideas and content by using the hashtags #nls6sun and #nls6mon. These hashtags will be used throughout the 6th New Librarians’ Symposium, across all social media. You can even follow along by saving a search for #nls6 in your Twitter app. If you plan on live tweeting during NLS6, we’ve found these helpful tips.
Now for the super cool bits….
Capturing the #nls6 story
The #nls6 story will be captured at the end of each day using Storify. A link to the story will be provided via Twitter and embedded into blog posts so you can catch up on all the #nls6 shenanigans. So that makes it doubly important you use the #nls6 hashtag to be part of the story. Make your mark!
Snap and share your #nls6 experience
Get together, meet new people and share your pics of your #nls6 experience. Don’t forget to tag them with #nls6 when you post them online. Each afternoon, we’ll be selecting a ‘pic of the day’.
There will be plenty of Twitter folk handy at NLS6, no shortage willing to help others out with using Twitter. Here are a selection of folks to get you started – follow them to see what they’re up to at NLS6. Kick off a conversation, say ‘hi!’
Stuart Candy @futuryst
Ryan Donahue @RyanD
Marcus Foth @sunday9pm
Sue Gardner @SuePGardner
Ruth Kneale @desertlibrarian
Ingrid Parent @ingrid_parent
Jenica Rogers @jenica26
Workshop Presenters & Panelists
Katherine Howard @K1Howard
Eleanor Whitworth @elewhitworth
Kathryn Greenhill @libsmatter
Kim Tairi @haikugirloz
Ellen Forsyth @ellenforsyth
Sue Hutley @suehutley
Mylee Joseph @myleejoseph
Margaret Warren @mawarre
And just in case you missed it, the hashtag is #nls6