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

  • Gaining Authority in the Age of Digital Overload – http://on.mash.to/iVxeAd – @mashable
  • Why Social Media Tools Have a Place in the Classroom http://dlvr.it/Rdml7 – @gigaom
  • A great way for #libraries & #librarians to support the #ItGetsBetter project http://is.gd/fpJLHY -@friendlyrock
  • Great post “Technology is Still the Wrong Answer”by David Warlick. http://tinyurl.com/3cjnme9 – @FrankiSibberson
  • my daughter tells me that @tumblr is now the exclusive province of 13 year old girls – @alidahanson
  • Have you seen this? http://webuse.org/p/a36/ – @lisamol1
  • Very interesting draft of new work by @alicetiara: “The Public Domain: Social Surveillance in Everyday Life.” http://bit.ly/inTGtY – @hartzog
  • The Nerds Heart YA 2011 Shortlist… http://bit.ly/koYC2F – @bkshelvesofdoom
  • Teen hipsters discover joys of analog photography http://cnet.co/iYGoI8 – @CNETnews
  • New Post: Are Twitter Storytellers the Heroes of a New Postmodernism? http://mbist.ro/jFtK1L – @SocialTimes
  • from my blog: Are Librarians, Not Seth Godin, The Ones Missing the Point on Libraries?: Seth’s Blog: The future … http://bit.ly/l6doqy – @buffyhamilton
  • TimesMachine: Browse New York Times archives from 1851 to 1922 http://nyti.ms/lESlBj – @nytimes
  • Hip Hop Genius: Remixing High School Education http://vimeo.com/22591307 (YES!!!) – @dcinc66
  • She makes great pts re what the research shows RT@annecollier: New blog post: A Calif social-networking privacy bill http://bit.ly/llVPQs” – @Amanda_Lenhart

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 May 20 and May 26 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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