Monthly Archives: March 2008

Congrats Movers & Shakers!

Library Journal’s list of Movers & Shakers is up. I grabbed this list (which includes names) from Jessamyn West’s page. All I did is add a link to the blogs if I could find one. Because we all need more blogs in our bloglines folders! ;) Thank you to Jessamyn for putting the names with […]

Computer/Internet Classes for Patrons

MRRL is getting ready to kick off it’s new serious of computer/internet classes for the public. I’ve agreed to teach half of them, so I’ve been busy working on presentations and plans. I wonder how this will be different from teaching other Librarians. Here’s my list of classes, any tips or suggestions? :) Introduction to […]

25 Useful Social Networking Tools for Librarians

In response to our LL2.1 lessons I got an email pointing me towards the great list that put together 20 Simple At Your Desk Exercises for Web Wo25 Useful Social Networking Tools for Librarians . A great list and worth a look!

Twitter in Plain English

The folks at Common Crafts do it again! Twitter is one of those Web2.0 tools that can be hard to explain to people how aren’t familiar with it, and even harder to explain why they’d want to use it. Check out this great video for a fun explanation.


As part of our Library Learning 2.1 program I wrote a post about Pandora, it went live to the staff yesterday and they are just loving it. Imagine my surprise when I see a comment from Lucia, a staff member at Pandora. How exciting! She left some great tips along with these comments: It’s great […]

It’s Teen Tech Week!

March 2nd – 8th is Teen Tech Week. YASLA has some great activity suggestions plus this hand out for the teens. Have you done or know how to do everything on this list? 25 Things you can do for Teen Tech Week 1. Download an eBook or audiobook onto your mp3 player. 2. Visit your […]


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