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Foundation Degree Tweet-up!

Posted by LibeRaCe on February 14, 2013

Grwp Llandrillo Menai and Glyndwr University Love Twitter

Monday 18th February – Set your Twitter accounts to Stun!

Learners on the Library Foundation Degree courses in Grwp Llandrillo Menai and Glyndwr University are linking up for the whole week through Twitter – sharing, advising, supporting and ultimately helping each group explore the possibilities of Social Media for collaboration and professional development.

Using the hashtag #FDLIB Glyndwr learners will be completing their ‘Group Work in a Week’ project to develop a marketing campaign for World Book Night. You can also follow contributions from @LlandrilloLib and @glynlib

This is hopefully the first of many Tweet-ups Library Foundation Degree course learners can take part in to link across the region and work collaboratively to see the benefits of Social Media for study, work and life! We’ll be keeping track of the conversation here and on Storify, so if you can’t access Twitter during work you can still contribute.

Good luck out there!


3 Responses to “Foundation Degree Tweet-up!”

  1. Morag Wight said

    After a very slow start, tweets popping up all over the place, will keep an eye on things – definitely like the idea of a free audio book night with refreshments AND and author visit

  2. Siona said

    Following #FDLIB this week – lots of chat about the choices of books and agreeing that promoting the ‘Books to Film’ topics would be very successful. Have you been dissapointed by a film adaptation of a book in the past? It’s especially hard if you’re emotionally attached to it at all! For World Book Night sharing familiar titles and offering a welcoming environment to explore and chat to others about your interests would be great – definitely if author readings could be arranged. Always such a pleasure to be able to see where their ideas, inspiration and style comes from!

  3. LibeRaCe said

    You can see a record of the whole weeks chat and all the contributions here – This was the first collaborative activity across the institutions and a very positive experience for everyone. Lots of feedback to make it bigger and better next year!

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