April Social Media Content For Libraries

Posted by Duncan Whitmire on 3/30/15 9:56 PM

Customer Success, Social Media, Social Media for Libraries, Topic Pages

We understand  your library wants to post fun content to social media but that you might not have the time to dedicate to writing it, so we’d like to help!

Below you will find daily posts, all under Twitter’s 140 character limit (good for Facebook too), that you can copy/paste at your leisure, each linking to a Topic Page, which, for Credo Online Reference Services or Literati subscribers can be a gateway to all kinds of e-resources.

This content is free for the taking, no character-eating attribution to us necessary!

PS: The images below are all in the public domain, with attributions at the bottom of the page.


1 April

Information Literacy skills can help keep you from acting a fool,  today or any other day! Learn how here: bit.ly/1FGNvxj


2 April

Ponce De Leon discovered Florida this day in 1513, just in time for Spring Break http://bit.ly/1HYUiGj


3 April

This day in 1882 Jesse James was killed by one of his own gang. Read more about this iconic outlaw: http://bit.ly/1IL7zzC



6 April

The anniv of Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey is a good time to read up on our Artificial Intelligence Topic Page: http://bit.ly/1Cr06n5


7 April

This day in 1770 the aptly named poet William Wordsworth was born http://bit.ly/1OStk4Y


8 April

What to get for the deity who asks for nothing? Happy Birthday Buddha! http://bit.ly/1BZ8M0k


9 April

This day 1859 Mark Twain received his steamboat pilot’s license! Learn more about this mode of travel here: http://bit.ly/19teQYB


10 April

With the new season of Game of Thrones starting, have you seen our Dragons Topic Page? http://bit.ly/1FbCiVv



13 April

Houston, they had a problem. Today marks the 45th anniversary of things getting real on Apollo 13: http://bit.ly/1EtNfUJ


14 April

International steamship and cautionary tale, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg this day in 1912 http://bit.ly/1HgyySK


15 April

"Learning never exhausts the mind." Da Vinci was born in Florence this day in 1452 http://bit.ly/1acyaKy


16 April

A strange trip began this day in 1943 for Albert Hoffman when he accidentally ingested his new creation, LSD: http://bit.ly/1EtNJu8


17 April

Cultivate your knowledge of gardening during National Lawn and Garden Month: http://bit.ly/1AMmlD9



20 April

This day in 1841 Edgar Allen Poe invented the modern detective novel with 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue' http://bit.ly/1IgqktQ


21 April

Rome may not have been built in a day, but legend says it was founded on _this_ day in 753 BCE: http://bit.ly/1EWXADH


22 April

Happy Earth Day!!! Share this paperless TopicPage with your friends! http://bit.ly/1vP5CwZ


23 April

Happy Birthday to the Bard! William Shakespeare was born this day in 1564: http://bit.ly/1wMDv3I


24 April

N is for Novelist. Happy Birthday Sue Grafton! http://bit.ly/19CXGrd



27 April

Freedom Day is celebrated in South Africa today to commemorate 1st post-apartheid elections held in 1994 http://bit.ly/1bLkqHg


28 April

Our Cumulus TopicPage is partly cloudy with a 100% chance of Information Literacy http://bit.ly/1BKQGAi


29 April

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest. ~ Benjamin Franklin http://bit.ly/1xuquNY


30 April

This French river might just be what keeps Parisians Seine http://bit.ly/1yuieZv


SingleStackAgiersFerryCard, By Not credited (Early 20th century postcard via nutrias.org at [1]) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SingleStackAgiersFerryCard.jpg

Apollo 13 Mailbox at Mission Control.jpg, By NASA [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Apollo_13_Mailbox_at_Mission_Control.jpg

North America from low orbiting satellite Suomi NPP.jpg, By NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring (- Blue Marble 2012) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:North_America_from_low_orbiting_satellite_Suomi_NPP.jpg

Shakespeare.jpg, By It may be by a painter called John Taylor who was an important member of the Painter-Stainers' Company.[1] (Official gallery link) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Shakespeare.jpg

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