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Ten Ways to Use Flickr in Your Libraries: 15 Minutes of Flickr

I'm doing a CLA 2006 Infopeople Mini-Demo today. The topic is FLICKR! Here are the resources:

For Ten Ways to Use Flickr in Your Libraries

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Tagging Hey! Does this conference have a tag? It should! (Update: Just saw bethh Gallaway, she decided the tag is CLA2006!

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Ten Ways to Use Flickr in Your Libraries:

To highlight New Materials

To show the face of the Teen Advisory Board

To highlight Programs & Some Young Library Users

To create a presence in the site itself

To create an easy virtual tour for users and staff!

To store and use images for Wikis, etc

To promote what your teens are doing at the library and a book sale!

To share the library's history.

To commemorate the first patron of the new bookmobile!

To celebrate Harry Potter Day!

BONUS:

To promote the state library association's conference -- putting a face on the association.

To promote a way to thank our users with fortunes hidden around the library!

To share images of Staff In-Service Day with the community - that's transperancy at work!

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