The @LIS Tweeting Team

As is common in many conferences these days, Twitter was widely used.  Each conference room had its own Twitter hash tag, which allowed a “Twitter Moderator” to relay questions from the Twitter feed to the speakers.  Large monitors in the hallways of the conference center displayed the feeds for easy reading.

At the e-books session on Thursday morning, I found myself sitting behind two Tweeters.

They turned out to be Stephanie Kenna (at left below) and Hazel Hall (right), from the Library and Information Science Research Coalition.  Stephanie was a Twitter Moderator for the session.

Stephanie Kenna (L) and Hazel Hall (R)

You will probably not be surprised to learn that many interesting opinions surfaced in the Twitter streams.

Don Hawkins
Columnist, Information Today and Conference Circuit Blog Editor

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