There’s a cross-posting between this blog and Libraries Using Evidence about the social networking survey we’re undertaking. I’m really interested from the 2.0 angle, looking at what tools we can harness, and also, what barriers are being put in our way. This then ties into the idea that we need to be evidence-based in what we do, so then there’s the angle that we’re collecting this evidence – what does it show us about our practice, potential practice, or barriers to practice? I’m also excited that we’re using the tool that was used by the MLA Social Networking Taskforce (with permission, I hasten to add), and that we might be able to do some comparisons. Of course, there are many fewer of us here than in the US; but that doesn’t mean we’re not sitting on more of a bleeding edge than they are!

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