Teaching Tweeting: Recommendations for Teaching Social Media Work in LIS and MSIS Programs

I’m pleased as punch to (belatedly) announce the publication of some key findings from our work on the Institute of Museum and Library Services-funded project: “21st Century Information Workers: What Core Competencies Should MSIS Students Learn?” (Conducted through the UT-Austin iSchool.)

Teaching Tweeting: Recommendations for Teaching Social Media Work in LIS and MSIS Programs focuses on the results from the module of the project that looked specifically at curricula recommendations for future information professionals working with social media.

Thanks and congratulations also go to my two co-authors–Melissa G. Ocepek and Dr. Lecia J. Barker–and to the rest of the research team.

This paper was first published online in the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science (JELIS) in Volume 57, Number 1 (Winter 2016).

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