Category digital services


Reading List – Patron Privacy in Libraries in the Digital Age #nisoprivacy

UPDATE: rather than continually updating this blog post I created a site for curation of content.   I was asked to share my reading list for the NISO committee to develop a Consensus Framework to Support Patron Privacy in Digital Library and Information Systems. As with all reading lists, this one is always evolving. I would […]


This is What a Librarian Looks Like – 3 Years and Counting

The three year anniversary of This is What a Librarian Looks Like came and went in February. I love this project! It’s not about shoes, or fashion, or books, but about librarians showing the world what they love and what makes them tick. That sometimes includes shoes, and fashion, and books, but sometimes not. We […]


Escape the Silo – Iowa ACRL keynote

This morning I got to deliver the keynote at Iowa Association of Research and College Libraries. I got to talk about silos and echo chambers and change some of my favorite topics! Escape The Silo: Why and How to Escape Your Professional Silo – ILA/ACRL keynote from Bobbi Newman References and Recommended Reading Bundred, S. […]

New Tumblr Blog – Librarian by Day Notebook

For a while now I have been struggling with an issue – how and where should I post stories, news, and information relevant to libraries and the issues that are important to me (digital literacy, digital divide, technology policy, etc)? I am trying to focus more on conversation and less on link sharing on my […]

Top 10 Insights from Pew’s Research on Libraries in the Digital Age

Greatest Hits from Pew Internet’s Library Research from Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project see more from Pew’s research into Libraries in the Digital Age 

Bridging the Digital Divide – NTLP Conference

Presented at the North Texas Library Partner’s 5th Annual Conference on Library Technology Bridging the Digital Divide: It’s more than teaching computer skills to seniors from Bobbi Newman References There are on the last three slides but here you go! ALA supports FCC proposal to fund digital literacy training through public libraries. (2012, April 3).District Dispatch. Retrieved […]

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (and the Interesting) of Libraries and eBooks – Pew’s Latest Report

This morning at 12:01 am Pew released their new report on the role of libraries in the digital age – title Libraries, patrons and ebooks. You can read the full report here and I encourage you to do so, there is a great deal of good data there. I’ve pulled out some data that I […]


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