- I've tried to put related tweets together, sometimes even for the longer emergent conversations. Any tweets that weren't tagged are intentionally omitted, and any errors in understanding sequence is entirely my own. Tweets from "protected" (i.e. private) accounts also not included.
- (Conversations often use the #critlib tag even before the arranged chats start—here's the tail end of some of the warm-up to this chat.)
- — Nicole Pagowsky (@pumpedlibrarian)Wed, Jul 01 2015 00:57:41Trying to think of some guidelines about what could help guarantee our chat tonight is respectful, what would you suggest? #critlib
- — Nicole Pagowsky (@pumpedlibrarian)Wed, Jul 01 2015 00:58:56I love this resource from Aorta, especially the point about "be curious" http://aorta.coop/sites/default/files/ao_facilitation_resource_sheet_july_2014.pdf … #critlib
- — Donna Witek (@donnarosemary)Wed, Jul 01 2015 01:01:32
- As usual, we start with introductions, then questions and answers.
- — Donna Witek (@donnarosemary)Wed, Jul 01 2015 01:03:01
- — Eamon Tewell (@EamonTewell)Wed, Jul 01 2015 01:04:52
36th (!) #critlib Twitter chat: Critiquing #critlib from the "inside"
Moderated by Jacob Berg (@jacobsberg), this chat asked questions about #critlib. For more information, see the Google Doc: http://tinyurl.com/critlibx .