YALSA Blog Tweets of the Week – April 8, 2011

A short list of tweets posted over the last week that librarians and the teens that they serve may find interesting:

  • Slides are up for @Amanda_Lenhart ‘s #SRCD talk on how teens text & talk with friends: http://pewrsr.ch/srcd11 – @pew_internet
  • RT @NYPL Want to spend all night @ NYPL, exploring the building, the stacks & our treasured objects? Here’s the chance. http://ow.ly/4r4RJ – @doseofsnark
  • [new blog post] “I hate technology” http://tinyurl.com/4yo255j – @sarah_ludwig
  • “Youth will not seek out the product that we give them, they will seek out the product that they want.” #sextech – @urbanwellness
  • This history of web browsers infographic: http://bit.ly/gAHZoe I am in love with this trend of infographics. – @ms_bock
  • RT @tomwhitby:World’s Simplest Online Safety Policy http://bit.ly/h7DHCo #tlchat #echat – @joycevalenza
  • Find a poem you like, respond to the poem with a QR link or message. Voila! #PoetQRyQResponse http://tinyurl.com/3wtsme2 – @maryleehahn
  • Student Information Literacy in the Mobile Environment http://bit.ly/gTXFn2 – @ala_techsource
  • Promoting Science, and Google, to Students http://nyti.ms/i9c3nn – @nytimes
  • What Do Kids Say Is The Biggest Obstacle To Technology At School? http://rww.to/eyvOyt Web filters and cellphone bans top the list. – @kishizuka
  • RT @mindofandre: If you do ANY work with youth sexual health & tech, you have to d/l new paper from @DebISIS & #sextech http://is.gd/CeyNcy – @docgurley
  • RT @eby: The Future of Libraries in the E-Book Age featuring @ulotrichous http://n.pr/fJc4LQ – @tweetMETRO
  • Rethinking HarperCollins: http://t.co/Vrihs76 via @sljournal – @gcaserotti
  • The 6th Floor: Twitter Lit http://bit.ly/gbP3CJ – @nytimesmagazine
  • 1st author of Facebook depression piece explains RT@DrGwenn The AAP Social Media Clinical Report: what its really about http://nblo.gs/gejYV – @amanda_lenhart
  • “Sexting: A Typology” by Janis Wolak & David Finkelhor: http://bit.ly/fNXaOa [Analysis of 550 cases brought to law enforcement’s attn] – @zephoria

Do you have a favorite Tweet from the last week? If so add it in the comments for this post. Or, if you read a Twitter post between April 8 and April 14 that you think is great, send me a direct message on Twitter (@lbraun2000) and it will go into the pool for consideration for next week’s Tweets of the week YALSA blog entry.

About Linda W Braun

Linda W Braun is a YALSA Past President, the YALSA CE Consultant, and a learning consultant/project management coordinator at LEO: Librarians & Educators Online.
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One Comment

  1. I love this blog, I can never catch everything on Twitter and it sums it up beautifully! Thank you Linda. I think the first two links listed are my favorites, but all of the links had great info!

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