February Social Media Content for Libraries

Posted by Credo on 1/28/16 12:00 PM

Customer Success, Social Media, Uncategorized

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.


Monday 1 February Lets all raise a magnifying glass to cheers the Oxford Dictionary, which debuted this day in 1884! http://credo.link/tpoed
Tuesday 2 February Sciophobia is a fear of shadows, a topic of interest to Punxsutawney Phil #groundhogday http://credo.link/tpfea
Wednesday 3 February We're tickled to learn it's Elmo's birthday! Celebrate with this Monsters Topic Page: http://credo.link/tpmns
Thursday 4 February Facebook launched this day in 2004, eliminating the need for traditional face-based communication http://credo.link/tpfb
Friday 5 February Check out Credo’s Superb Owl Topic Page: http://credo.link/tpowl
Monday 8 February Happy Birthday Jules Verne, a writer in a league all his own! http://credo.link/tpjvn
Tuesday 9 February Credo’s Mardi Gras Topic Page will show you all kinds of great scholarly content, no beads required. http://credo.link/tpmgs
Wednesday 10 February The name means 'dread nothing' but there was plenty to fear in the Dreadnought battleship launched this day in 1906 http://credo.link/tpbts
Thursday 11 February Nelson Mandela was released from prison 25 years ago today. Learn all about this inspirational leader: http://credo.link/tpnml
Friday 12 February TheWalkingDead returns Sunday! For sources with more integrity than Alexandria's walls, read Credo's Topic Page: http://credo.link/tpzmb  
Monday 15 February Presidents Day sales are OK, but great resources like this Lincoln TopicPage are a good value all year long! http://credo.link/tpal16  
Tuesday 16 February An odyssey of epic proportions awaits you on Credo’s Trojan War TopicPage: http://credo.link/tptjw
Wednesday 17 February After a brief pupal stage, Madame Butterfly debuted this day in 1904. Read up on its creator, Giacomo Puccini: http://credo.link/tpgpu
Thursday 18 February Since its discovery in 1930, Pluto has only completed about 1/3 of its orbit around the Sun http://credo.link/tpplu
Friday 19 February Happy Birthday Copernicus! Here's a Topic Page revolving around his life and accomplishments: http://credo.link/tpcop
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Monday 22 February We cannot tell a lie: today is George Washington's birthday. http://credo.link/tpgws
Tuesday 23 February When ranking things Americans remember, The Maine! is 2nd only to The Alamo! http://credo.link/tpsaw
Wednesday 24 February 99yrs ago today international note-passing reached new drama with presentation of Zimmerman Note to US ambassador: http://credo.link/tpwwi
Thursday 25 February Renoir was arrested as a spy, but was saved thanks to a good 'impression' he'd made with some influential people http://credo.link/tppar
Friday 26 February It's International Tell a Fairy Tale Day! http://credo.link/tpfolk
Monday 29 February A history of leap years, from our Calendar Topic Page: http://credo.link/tpcal  



Marmot On Boulder, Public Domain from Public Domain Pictures http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=102764&picture=marmot-on-boulder

HMS Dreadnought 1906 H63596.jpg, By not stated [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:HMS_Dreadnought_1906_H63596.jpg

Washington Crossing the Delaware, Emanuel Leutze [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Washington_Crossing_the_Delaware_by_Emanuel_Leutze,_MMA-NYC,_1851.jpg

FAIRY TALE (FAIRY TALE OF KINGS), Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mikalojus_Konstantinas_Ciurlionis_-_FAIRY_TALE_(FAIRY_TALE_OF_KINGS)_-_1909.jpg

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