I mentioned in a prior post that I am organizing THATCamp SoCal (The Humanities and Technology Camp, Southern California) this September at my campus, Cal State Fullerton. Well, yesterday I hit the “no going back” point — we opened up registration.
A tutorial on adding the LibraryH3lp chat widget to your library Facebook Page using the new iframe tabs.
A continued look at missing features and functionality that seriously impair my library’s ability to effectively manage our organizational Facebook Page and our relationship with Fans. See Part 1 if you missed it. The Ability to Post or Comment Throughout Facebook as an Organization Another critical feature that I would like to see Facebook implement […]
As the lead administrator for Pollak Library’s Facebook Page, there are serious changes I would like to see Facebook make in its next upgrade or redesign to Facebook Pages. These are not cosmetic changes. These are missing features and functionality that seriously impair our ability to effectively manage our organizational Facebook Page and our relationship […]
I guest lectured yesterday afternoon in an Introduction to Public History class about the technical, or systems, side of working with digital history. Shortly after starting the new job, I started chatting informally with with one of my faculty colleagues, Dr. Ray Rast — Assistant Professor of History at Cal State Fullerton and an Associate […]
While setting up the Fan Page for Pollak Library, I kept racking my brain over how to update the Page’s Status with our Twitter account, which is often fed by our blog via the WordPress Twitter Pools plugin. Now, your immediate response is probably that I just need to install the Twitter application for Facebook. […]