#SLAtalk Roundup! Beyond Borders: Connect & Collaborate Internationally

Great advice (and links to hot collaboration tools) in 140-characters or less on working across borders successfully. This recap features the tweets offered in the first-hour of our #SLAtalk#uklibchat collaboration (2-hours total). For the full transcript of the second hour, stay tuned to the #uklibchat blog and follow @uklibchat on twitter. We had a great turnout and hope to make this an annual event.

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  1. […] at a specified time to discuss a previously agreed topic using a hashtag (such as #uklibchat and #slatalk) allow you to share ideas with other information professionals around the world. If you are lucky […]

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