They sometimes put a summary on their blog:
http://uklibchat.wordpress.com/ - It might be easiest to reference the
webpage of notes rather than the chat itself. Although referencing their
Twitter Archive (linked from the blog page above) might be another
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From: list for CILIP members working towards MCLIP status
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Frances Griffiths
Sent: 14 October 2013 11:09
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Subject: Referencing Twitter Chat in Chartership Evidence.
Morning All (on a soggy Monday),
I am in the early stages of gathering my Chartership evidence and have
obtained permission to include my own notes from reading the Twitter
chats of #uklibchat in my evidence.
I will not be identifying individual contributors and will probably be
referring to more than one chat.
Does anyone have any advice or guidance on referencing things like
social media / twitter conversations - especially in a general way that
references the conversation as a whole rather than individual entries?
I contacted #uklibchat and they don't have a preferred reference layout
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