Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’
Posted in Art, book arts, microblogging, references, special collections | Tagged BibliOdyssey, book arts, British Newspaper Archive, Guy Laramee, Horniman Museum, Lauren Smith, Museum of London, Nancy Campbell, National Library of Scotland, Ross Parry, special collections, Susan Greenberg, Twitter, World Digital Library | 1 Comment »
The Autumn term is my busiest for teaching, and this was compounded this year by being quite ill over Christmas, so no time for blogging.
Inspired by the announcement of the next Library Day in the Life (week commencing 24 January), I reread my posts from libday5 and realised that there’s nothing wrong with a quick round-up, basically consisting of my tweet and tweet highlights: Read the rest of this entry ?
Posted in diary, engagements, Library Day in the Life, microblogging, public engagement, reflections | Tagged Bright Club, Browne Review, libday5, libday6, librarydayinthelife, public engagement, tweets, Twitter, Wellcome Library | Leave a Comment »
… so here’s a quick update for those who don’t use twitter, but are following my week of Library Day in the Life:
Posted in communications, Communities of Practice, diary, Digital Humanities, Library Day in the Life, references, reflections | Tagged ddh, libday5, librarydayinthelife, Twitter, UCLDH | Leave a Comment »