Research Survey – Social media use by SF Bay Area information professional groups

Are you an officer or social media administrator for a San Francisco Bay Area information professional group? If so, please consider filling out this survey. I will present findings at California Library Association annual conference next month.

Want to know more?

Full details including a description, definitions, links to the survey, etc. are available on my website. An excerpt from my proposal is below:

Social Media Use in the Bay Area Student and Information Professional Community will explore the use of social media by San Francisco Bay Area professional networking groups. Social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and Pinterest will be evaluated for social media presence by library professional groups. Specific strategies in use by group administrators will be identified, and use of platform specific tools such as timelines, events, hangouts, etc. This poster session will establish a baseline for use of social media by San Francisco Bay Area information professional groups, and serve as an exploratory study that will provide data revealing directions for future research.

Findings will be presented in a poster session at the 2012 California Library Association annual conference in San Jose, CA, November 3, 2012, from noon-1pm.


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