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    5 Ways to Use Pinterest at Your Academic Library. This is the first blog post in a series on how libraries are using Pinterest.

    If you love books, and can’t get enough of your public library, you may be excited to learn how libraries are getting the word out about their collections and services. And, if you love Pinterest, and enjoy seeing creative ways of using this popular social network, wait until you see how librarians are pinning to spread the love of reading.

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    Pinterest for Academic Libraries (slideshare)

    How to Use Pinterest for Your Library - Have you heard about the newest social media craze Pinterest? Not only is the site super addicting, but it’s an excellent resource for librarians. While it’s a way to connect with your favorite authors, publishers, libraries, and people you know, it’s also way to find great craft ideas, recipes, display ideas, and a way to connect your library to your community.

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    Makerspaces Move into Academic Libraries / Erin Fisher [ACRL TechConnect blog - acrl.ala.org/...] | A makerspace is a place where people come together to design and build projects. Makerspaces typically provide access to materials, tools, and technologies to allow for hands-on exploration and participatory learning. They are occasionally referred to as fablabs, hackerspaces or tech shops | #academiclibrary #socialmaker #socialibrarianship

    Batman Returns...His books to the library. Little poster that belongs at the entrance to my library as a reminder for kids who pass by!

    You have the call number, now where is the book? This poster, along with our call number finder: library.camden.ru... should get you to the right place. from Flickr user Enockson

    Do people know what you stand for from the moment they walk in the door? Love this idea.