The National Libraries Day site offers you the following ways to share content:
- Twitter – microblogging
- Twitter is the wildly popular microblogging site that allows you to talk to friends and colleagues in 140 characters or less as well as sharing anything that catches your eye. You can find everyone involved in National Libraries Day by using the hashtag #NLD14. You can also find the National Libraries Day Twitter feed here.
- Facebook – social networking
- If you’ve got a Facebook account you can let your friends know about National Libraries day, share what you are doing and encourage them to get involved. Visit our Facebook page here – don’t forget to like us, and sign up for the National Libraries Day nationwide event.
- Flickr – photo sharing
- Flickr is a site that helps you share and view photos – please add your own National Libraries Day images to our pool, and tag them to show the UK’s libraries some love, as well as enjoying others’ pictures. View our Flickr pool here.
- YouTube – video sharing
- Here you can check out our favourite videos on the subject of libraries and the people that use them and work in them. Check out our YouTube channel here.
- RSS feeds – latest updates
- RSS (or Really Simple Sindication) is a great way to keep up with all your favourite blogs and news sites in a single place. To use it you’ll need a feed reader – if you’d like to find out more about how RSS subscription works, and what you should do to use it, read this straightforward article on the subject from the BBC. You can subscribe to our RSS feed here for all the latest National Libraries Day news and updates and check out our community feed here.
Are you using another form of social media not included here? Let us know!