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Social Is As Social Does: What Libraries Can Learn from Cory Booker and Ben & Jerry’s

While DUX is not directly responsible for the Libraries’ social media presence (primarily Twitter and Facebook at this point), social media content is still content and as the Web Content Specialist, I definitely have some thoughts about it. I see … Continue reading

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My Favorite App: Experience Matters

I recently come across a great new app called Experience Matters.  The app was developed by Joseph Dickerson, a UX architect. Experience Matters features a simple, easy-to-navigate interface that details excerpts from Dickerson’s book by the same title, links to … Continue reading

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Writing for the Web: Tip o’the Week – Twitter

Everybody’s tweeting these days! Libraries, university departments, local mom-and-pop businesses, mega-corporations, even actual human beings. Twitter can be a great tool for libraries to communicate with their patrons, but it can be (and often is) done very badly, doing more … Continue reading

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A Tweeta’ at LITA: 13 Tips for Using Twitter to Enhance your Conference Experience

I recently attended the LITA National Forum in St. Louis, and found that my experience was much better because of Twitter. I’m a fairly shy person when it comes to chatting with people I don’t know, but introducing myself to … Continue reading

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