Recognizing that the Top Tweets blog posts (see links below) of the 2011 ALA Annual Conference were choices of ALA staff, I thought I’d take note of the tweets that were retweeted heavily among the attendees. Below are five of the #ala11 tweets that were retweeted by 30 others—and even more!
On Tuesday, June 28, most bid a fond farewell to the Annual Conference’s New Orleans environs—while others carried on the work of the Association… And—Hey! A couple of the exhibitors looked in on the #alaleftbehind!
On Monday, the Annual Conference Weekend was beginning to take its physical and mental toll—including on @ALAAnnual, which accidentally tweeted about Tuesday’s Closing General Session with Molly Shannon as if occurring that early Monday morning (which was me; oops). Yet there was rejuvenation…
Feedback. Saturday’s 2011 ALA Annual Conference tweets definitely had feedback as the theme—on the “hot spots” (or lack of same) within the convention center; on the breathless (and seatless) popularity of some sessions; on this conference of library colleagues itself… .
Well, the Top Ten—and a few more! Two camps quickly sprung up this first “pre-day” of the 2011 ALA Annual Conference, hashtag vs. hashtag on the Field of Twitter: #ala11 vs. #alaleftbehind (And… #Nerdfest?!)