How to Use Hashtags to Increase Students’ Interest in Reading

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How to Use Hashtags to Increase Students' Interest in Reading
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Have you ever thought about using hashtags to increase students’ interest in reading?  Maybe you should.  With the digital age we live in, several school libraries are struggling to promote more of a reading culture with the students.

A wonderful method used as a way to encourage reading while remaining in the modern age of technology is to brand your school library using hashtags.  It is crucial that we all nurture a love for reading and with school libraries in particular.  A hashtag does a lot to get students into reading.

Just the fact that this is a modern technique will attract kids’ interest.  You need to put thought into what your hashtag will be because it is a reflection of the image you want for your library.  In addition, a hashtag is a call to action for everyone within and around  your community.

What do you think the value is in creating a hashtag for your school’s library?

With the hashtag dominating social media sites everywhere, posting your hashtag can let members of the community know events that are taking place at the school library. The modern way of communication can help build a positive environment around your school library that everyone can enjoy.Hashtags also help you communicate by allowing you to post your calendar of events and activities happening at the school library.

For more about how to use hashtags to increase your students’ interest in reading, read the original article here:

The Power of a School Library Hashtag

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