Monthly Archives: October 2008

My Dell Mini 9 – a review

A lot of people have stopped me and asked me about the Dell Mini over the last few days.  Ok, fine, maybe I was flaunting it at MLA a little bit and I’ve been going on endlessly about it on Twitter, but it’s completely deserving. Let me state for the record, I do not have an […]

The web 2.0 thing you build me didn’t work

I came across this cartoon recently and I just love it. I think I had it in both presentations I gave last week. You can seem more like this at Gaping Void.

My presentation – Reaching Your Patrons in the Brave New World of the Social Web

My second and last presentation at the Missouri Library Association Conference.  It was initially scheduled to be in a very small room, luckily I was able to get it moved. Library Learning 2.1 View more presentations from Bobbi Newman.

My second session of the day – Information Literacy: using technology to reach and teach students

Information literacy synchronous & asynchronous communication online tutorial camtasia to record screen & add audio library instructional videos library blog – rss feed to libraries page meebo for IM service on ground instructions _ NILRC information literacy toolkit

Latest & Greatest from Ebschost

This is my first session of the day, done by MOREnet where our Ebscohost is from quick view – pop up window with abstract overview gives narrow results by subject area option narrow by publication bread crumb trail easy to remove any term from the search with X button full text check box slider for […]

Tips for Conference Attendees

Since I’m at what is my first of two conferences this month I thought I’d try to share some conference tips I’ve pulled together over the years and ask you – what have I missed? Give people your name, wear your name badge up near your face rather than on a lanyard so it’s easy […]

Library Learning 2.1 Presentation

I’m at the Missouri Library Association Conference this week and today was the first of my two presentations.  Originally Robin & I were going to co-present (we each write half the lessons) but because she’s so crazy busy and I felt bad for bailing on her for the MaintianIT Webinar, I offered to do this […]


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