Connecting the Dots

Embracing the POWER of being a connected librarian

Being a librarian can be very isolating. We are often the only librarian in the building, if not the district. We belong to everyone, and yet no one. But by embracing the power of social media to connect, we don't have to be alone. Social media allows us to connect, collaborate, celebrate, inspire and empower each other.

Connected Librarian Infographics: Providing the Why

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Resources for Getting Started with Twitter

Lynn's Picks for Librarians to Follow on Twitter

Alyssa Calhoun (@alyssamcalhoun)

Kimee Clift (@msclift)

Ashley Cooksey (@AshleyCooksey2)

Stony Evans (@stony12270)

Emmy Fiala (@emmy_fiala)

Katie McNamara (KatieJMcNamara)

Shannon Miller

Cynthia Stogdill (@CynthiaStogdill)

Krista Welz (@kristawelz)

Lynn's Favorite Twitter Hashtags and Chats for Librarians

#mwlibchat (chats are the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month from 8-9 p.m. CST)





Lynn Kleinmeyer

Lynn Kleinmeyer is the Teacher Librarian at Titan Hill Intermediate, the 2nd-5th grade building in Council Bluff's Lewis Central School District. She also oversees the library and library instructional services for Kreft Primary, the K-1 building for Lewis Central. Prior to becoming the Teacher Librarian, Lynn taught 7th grade Reading for 13 years and continues her work with Young Adult Literature as a University of Nebraska-Omaha Adjunct Professor. She is the co-founder of #mwlibchat, a Twitter chat dedicated to empowering and inspiring teacher librarians. Lynn believes strongly in advocating for #FutureReady Librarianship.