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Originally presented March 3, 2021

Social media can be an essential piece in your library’s communications toolkit, especially if your building is closed or has limited in-person services. It is not only a promotion tool, but also a way to entertain and engage with followers.

Tiffany Breyne, Communications Coordinator at Skokie Public Library (IL), shares practical tips on how to crowd-source content from staff and followers, tools to make social posts easier to plan ahead, which platforms are less (or more) time consuming, and how to promote advisory and librarian expertise online.

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Click the link below to download the presentation slides:
Engaging with Patrons on Social Media

Click the link below for Tiffany's resource recommendations:
Social Media Resources

Tiffany Breyne

Tiffany Breyne is the Communications Coordinator at Skokie Public Library in Skokie, IL. She lives in Chicago with her dog Lady, and this year discovered the joy of embroidery, taking walks in local parks, and doing embroidery in local parks.

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