Social Media Tools

Facebook : extremely popular ,most use , good for videos ,images ,text ,can be used in mobile devices ,PC and Mac . all libraries use that to share all services , can share news and link to many different  items .good to arrange events and activities . Facebook van be used by public, social life, male and female ,youth ,adult ,and older generation too .,Best use in public libraries  to promote ongoing image collection ,share events and activities .

Pinterest : highly visual ,creative focus ,good for sharing images,links to libraries websites ,it used by general public ,those looking for light info ,recreational uses ,browses ,mostly female age 40-49, it is best used in public libraries to promote new material ,promote ongoing image collection

Twitter: Twitter isn’t the most complex social network. you can 140 character posts and updates you make. there is an archive of every Tweet you’ve ever made. You can see both your own Tweets and other users’ Tweets, Scanning through another user’s recent Tweets will give you a good sense of what they spend their time on and what they value, A list of activity related to your Twitter account including mentions, newest followers, re tweets, likes, and additions to public lists, See who is listening to what you have to say. Say hi, acknowledge them, and keep them in mind when you’re deciding relevant content for your followers. mostly used by famous ppl ,,male and female age 20-50 ,Best use in public libraries  to promote ongoing image collection,new books, ,share events and activities that need to be advertised

 

 

 

libraries use social media to :

  • Within most of the institutions represented, the librarians have been early pioneers in using social media. Uptake by other staff groups within Universities has been accelerating – sometimes leading to conflict over the differing philosophies of central control versus a more distributed and informal approach.
  • social media is currently used by librarians to help fulfill a range of objectives. These can be loosely grouped into a number of key areas, ranging from customer service provision through to collection development and outreach
  • show covers of new books to entice users
  • share audio recording

some example :

brim-bank libraries new book  WordPress

state library fest hub   Twitter

Wyndham library :Youth Photography Exhibition Facebook

 

 

 

Copyright implications for Social Media and Internet Service Providers

The number of users on social media is staggering. At present, there are 1.15 billion Facebook users1, 218 million monthly active Twitter users2, and 300 million LinkedIn users3. It is clear that social media is now an integral part of a business’ marketing strategy, but how do intellectual property laws relate to this relatively new form of mass communication?

This article will focus on three social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The main types of material posted in social media are text, photos, artwork and videos. Copyright is the main intellectual property right that is relevant to these materials. Copyright protects the form of expression, not the ideas. Thus, an article on the internet about US President Obama does not prevent another person writing a different post about Obama. It merely prevents a copying of the same words or arrangement as the first article.

social Media copyright