I'm not a big Instagram fan and I only post in IG when I feel like it but I definitely love taking photos. So you'll find all sorts of pictures in my IG account should you visit me there or choose to follow me. However, recent upgrade in my mobile has made IG more interesting as I can use Pic Collage, post it on IG and link the post to Twitter. Twitter then sends the link to FB. Ah, social media magic!
|Collage of new books posted in IG|
Here are my answers to the questions:
When was the last time you printed out photographs you have taken? What could be the reason behind this?
I have not printed out any of my photos. But I might. I'll Tweet and tag #23mthingsphsg.
How could your library use photographs to promote library services, events and activities?
I used Pic Collage to combine photos of new books. I sent this to our school's mailing list. By day's end, we received five book reservations!
Do you have a permission form available so that when you take photographs of clients or events, you have their agreement for those images to be used and shared online?
This is a good suggestion and I'll try this out.
How easy is it for clients to contribute digital photographs to your library collection (eg. local history)?
This question prompts me to look at the library's photo collection. For now, all are stored in digital folders and in CDs as back ups. But, yes. It is good to revisit procedures on how the community can take part in building the library's collection.
|A sample of my book spine poem to entice high school kids to join the contest. Posted in IG too.|
Thanks to Karryl and Joan for this wonderful initiative, and to Hedren for the content he provided in Thing #2! I had fun answering the questions.