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John Marquee Mar 29
Replying to @fiete_stegers
Unless you mean why you were there in the first place, which would be for
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Anne | Biblionatio Mar 20
Der ist beendet und die beginnt :-)
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Jenny Delasalle Mar 19
One hurdle for management in libraries who want to be flexible in who they appoint, is the administration system at the institution. Here in Germany, I can believe it!
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Luca Hammer Mar 23
1 145 accounts published 6 359 Tweets about . Most used hashtags: (125), (110), (95), (94), (93). Retweet network. Moving 24 hour timeframe with accounts (nodes) that were active and how they are connected (Retweets). 1/2
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Saubermann Mar 18
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New Professionals Mar 21
Thank to Marie-Luise and all the German New Professionals, we could collect today our very first for !
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Goethe-Institut Mar 19
Multifunctionality, integration, proximity to citizens: the German Library Congress is currently debating the future of libraries. Our series “Future Libraries” shows current challenges and solutions for library work:
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Antoine Torrens Apr 18
Replying to @loidagarciafebo
I’m glad to read that. It reminds me of our lovely moment in Leipzig!
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Liz Wagner Mar 18
Bibs on the blockchain, bin gespannt
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Cosima Wagner Apr 9
A thought-provoking paper on "user tracking on academic publisher platforms" by cody Hanson.connects to matthijs van otegem's talk on information ethics & libraries at
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IFLA Library Services to Multicultural Populations Mar 19
We are at the German national library conference ! We‘ve spotted pres , pres-elect Barbara Lison and other IFLA movers & shakers. And we are happy to find intercultural & diversity issues clearly on the agenda!
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loidagarciafebo Mar 22
Met Princess Laurentien from The Netherlands. A great library advocate! Her speech at the was remarkable 👏🏻👏🏻
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Lambert Heller 🌈🦄🐶 Mar 21
Replying to @laurn93
I'm not in the room, but I'd love to add a thought on Philip Husemann's statement: It totally depends on who you follow. One can hardly overestimate the differences in how Twitter is used. Just have a look at e.g. Twitter's categories "Libraries" or "Science Writers".
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loidagarciafebo Mar 26
🙌🏼 Fab photo from the German Library Association annual conference. Here I am with President, , IFLA President in 2021, Hella from Germany, Rudolf from Switzerland. Marvelous library collaborations.
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book2net Mar 19
It's all set at for 🔍🎥📸📖📜📚 Live on our are being held throughout the day.
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Marianne Martens Mar 19
Completely packed room for session on gamification- @KathrynReckling-Freitag presenting on her Fake Hunter game which uses game-based learning to teach how to distinguish between fake news, sarcasm, bad jokes- and truth in media.
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Lauren Mar 21
Replying to @laurn93
Philip Husemann: Twitter is like opening the door to a room, seeing everyone inside shouting at each other, and wanting to just close the door again and run away.
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Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science Mar 19
Sending out our warmest greetings to all collegues and friends at Leipzig's 7th Library Congress 2019 today! or - that was a tough choice for people to make. :)
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Lauren Mar 21
Replying to @laurn93
I might have misunderstood something here but the talk has come back to young people’s lack of literacy (actual and media) and short attention spans. I don’t think this is the problem - as discussed yesterday, older adults spread more fake news!
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FDM Hildesheim Mar 30
We discussed this at
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