[Libs-Or] Free Webinar 4/27 - Instagram for Public Libraries (TechSoup)

Crystal Schimpf crystal at kixal.com
Tue Apr 12 13:40:46 PDT 2016

Please join us for this free webinar and hear from two public libraries who
are using Instagram to engage their patrons.

*Instagram for Public Libraries: Good Practices for Social Media*
Wednesday, April 27, 11:00am-12:00pm PDT
Registration link: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/98so8w0mpoa1&eom

Instagram is a highly popular social network, and one that is increasingly
being used by libraries to engage with patrons and supporters. Instagram’s
user-friendly interface makes it easy to broadcast pictures and short
videos to a wide audience. But just like any social media tool, it is
important to know what works (and what doesn’t) when it comes to using
Instagram to share library information.

Come to this free webinar to learn from two libraries who have been
successfully using Instagram to engage with their communities, and to share
positive library messages with the larger community of Instagram users
across the world. From promoting library materials to showcasing library
services, these libraries will share good practices that they have learned
along the way.

   - Burlingame Public Library (CA) uses their Instagram account to share
   its unique story visually through a combination of captivating photos and
   - Cherry Hill Public Library (NJ) uses their Instagram account to
   promote library materials and services, celebrate libraries in general, and
   to convey a love of reading and books.

This webinar will be recorded and archived on the TechSoup for Libraries
website. Please register for this webinar to receive an email notification
when the archive is available. Email questions to
cschimpf at techsoupglobal.org

Register for this webinar here: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/98so8w0mpoa1&eom

Crystal Schimpf
TechSoup for Libraries
Kixal, LLC
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