Twitter Chat questions #CDGChat

LAI CDG Twitter Save the DateAhead of our Twitter chat tomorrow evening (Wednesday 4th of March from 8pm to 9.30pm), here are the questions we will be asking. We hope this will give you a chance to get your thinking cap on in advance. We will be asking these questions every 10 minutes or so, but the conversation will be semi-structured.

To join our Twitter chat all you have to do it tweet during the chosen time using the hastag #CDGchat.

  1. What do you need/want from your CDG?
  2. What resources are invaluable to you on a day-to-day basis?
  3. What resources do you use for job-hunting?
  4. What skills are essential to your job?
  5. Are there any library roles you’d like to learn more about?
  6. Do you work as a librarian in a non-traditional library job? Tell us about it.
  7. What skills should be taught in professional Library courses which aren’t covered at present?
  8. Have you done any training/CPD courses that you can recommend?
  9. What transferable skills are essential to your library job? Ex. Organisational skills, communication skills, management, etc.

Setting up a Twitter profile

Sign up for TwitterTwitter is a fantastic way to get to know other information professionals, to keep up date with the latest library news and generally great fun. Signing up is free and easy. Simply pop over to, put in your name, email address and choose a password. In the next step you will be prompted to choose a username, this is unique to you and is the name your followers use when sending @replies, mentions, and direct messages. Once you have created your account you’ll be sent a confirmation email with a link to confirm your account and then you’re good to go.

Don’t forget to follow the @LAICDGroup once you have your account up and running. If you prefer to have your account private you can ‘protect‘ your tweets, but for the Twitter chat we recommend unlocking your account to participate more fully.


Author: Jenny

Happily indulging the creative me through knitting, pottery & photography, with professional interests in Research Data Management & Digital Preservation. Metadata nerd 4eva.

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