Monthly Archives: May 2010

Even Managers Need Continual Training

What a great idea, even managers need to keep learning.  I’m impressed by the program and the transparent approach ACPL is taking, I hope to see more as they year goes by. via LSLC Training Blog

Top Ten Links Week 21

My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 5/21/2010 thru 5/27/2010. Ok I’ll confess right off the bat, I cheated, there are 12 links this week.  I just couldn’t cut them down. A couple of these deserve their own blog post so shame on me for not giving them the […]

Librarians Do GaGa You Gotta Watch This!

Top Ten Links Week 20 – Job Search Tips, The Future, The iPad, Speaking Tips and More

My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 5/14/2010 thru 5/20/2010 1. NYTimes: Cellphones Now Used More for Data Than for Calls – Phones are becoming indispensible tools, so more than just phones. Even better the people interviewed for the article aren’t teens or even in their 20s. 2. how […]

Please Welcome the Newest Contributor to the Libraries and Transliteracy Blog

The Libraries and Transilteracy blog recently added a fourth contributor, Brian Hulsey. Brian’s first post was on the skills 21 century workers need and his most recent post The Future is in Your Hand, looks at mobile services in libraries. Brian blogs at Strange Dichotomy and you can find him on Twitter at strng_dichotomy. Brian currently […]

Using Evernote to Track Online Reputation

I shared this tip with a friend yesterday and he suggested more people might like to be aware of it. Use Evernote* to clip online feedback about you.  If you are mentioned in a meaningful way in a tweet, blog post, article or whatever, clip it.  Create a new folder in Evernote just for this […]

Reinventing Books, Magazines and Newspapers in the Digital Age

Reinventing books, magazines and newspapers in the digital age View more presentations from Frederic Kaplan.


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