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Better Social Media for Libraries - workshop, London

I'm running a course focusing on Twitter, Blogs and Instagram in a library context, for UKeIG. It takes place at CILIP HQ.

More info including booking can be found on the CILIP website.

Some quotes from previous versions of this course:

“I’ll be bringing loads of new things back to teach others. I’m bursting with ideas. Great content, all legitimately relevant. Lots of good tips. I agree that everything Ned taught us can be used immediately as opposed to just talking about future trends like a lot of presenters do. Super practical!!”

“Fantastic day with Ned Potter. Lots of ideas, really knows his stuff. Really helps you choose what will work best for your library.”

“Fantastic! The hands-on exercises were useful - not only did they help the learning to sink in but also they encouraged us to think about real workplace-based ways in which tools could be used. The content was all very relevant because you had investigated what we already do/use. It all felt new and exciting.”

“Very well delivered and paced. Ned was really engaging and the workshop was definitely useful and thought provoking. Really enjoyable session, I left with a lot of respect for Ned’s attitude and advice on communications and felt that it was really helpful to hear from someone who actually understands libraries and how librarians work!”

“I really enjoyed the day, opened my eyes to lots of new tools and made me realise that digital marketing doesn’t have to be Facebook.”