The LES Facebook page is now live! We will be transitioning to this Facebook platform over the next few months. If you are currently a member of the LES Facebook group, please take the following steps to begin the transition.
Why are we making this transition?
The Facebook page will allow LES to have greater public visibility online, and will make it easier for the LES social media coordinator to schedule reminders and share news and events with you. By transitioning to a Facebook page, LES will be able to use Facebook to attract new librarians to join us and learn about what we do, while continuing to share important section news with existing members.
What will be different?
You will still be able to share news and other items of interest by posting to the page, but posts will no longer automatically appear in your Notifications. To receive Notifications from the LES Facebook page, you will need to go to the page, click on “Liked” and select “Get Notifications”.
Posts you add to the page will automatically appear on the left side of the page, and the LES social media coordinator will make sure to add them to the Facebook page timeline so that they will appear in the News Feed and Notifications.
What will happen to the LES Facebook group?
The LES Facebook page will replace the LES Facebook group as the LES Facebook communication platform. Content from the existing LES Facebook group will be saved and archived in the LES wiki. Members of the Facebook group will have the next few months to ease into the transition.
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