Times are tight, and likely to get tighter, if you’re looking to save money talk with your IT department. They may have some helpful solutions. Take a look at the University of Missouri’s IT department suggestions – Technology for Tight Budges. Many of these can be used by libraries and other businesses looking to save […]
I read Indexed every day, I think Jessica is brilliant, she can say so much with a graph on an index card. I share a lot of them through Twitter. This one I had to share on the blog too.
Yesterday I attended a MaintainIT webinar – Using MaintainIT Resources for Technology Training, where they shared some useful information and links. One of the sites was Infopeople, a nonprofit that archives their presentations and handouts and makes them available under a Creative Commons license! As I was exploring I came across materials for a previous […]
A couple of weeks ago I was in Denver for vacation and we stopped at the Denver Art Museum. In addition to all the traditional art one expects to see in a museum they also had some patron contribution displays. Throughout the museum notebooks were set out and patrons could record their thoughts and feelings […]
I’m a little late, but just in case you haven’t seen the latest music video sweeping libraryland. Warning! It’s catchy! If you want to sing along the lyrics are here. http://blip.tv/play/AcnJGoLASw Thank you to David Lee King and Michael Porter for the tremendous amount of effort they put into making this awesome library related song and […]
Anyone who knows Robin or me knows either one of us can easily talk your ear off about Web2.0, probably for a whole day, if you’re unlucky enough to be stuck wth us for that long. :-) But what about 4 days between the two of us? Well, we’re about to find out. We’ve been […]