Lightening rounds – speakers get 5 minutes to show us something cool, useful, fun, helpful, interesting. Ideas were put in a box when we arrived. Libraryh3lp at K-state libraries – used it to replace meebo chat widigets can send attachments, can send chat history in an email more than one operator – sometimes have 20 […]
people place content communication harry potter & star wars are media neutral – books, movies, bcd, video game, toys, backpack why are people coming into the libraries? Use the computer, Internet access on laptop, to just read the newspaper in the company of others library as a third space’ library as a town activity center […]
I’m at the second annual Kansas Libary Camp today. I’ll be blogging the sessions I attend. You can follow on twitter #libcampks09. The sessions have been decided and there should be notes posted by the end of the day.
I got into a conversation with Joshua Neff of Library Society of the World fame (among many other things), about this topic and he said – you should blog about it. Who am I to ignore a direct order ;-) Here is the jist. There are a lot of ways to present in libraryland. You […]
It’s a question many of us with an MLS, and those without, struggle with. Just take a look at the Library Day in the Life blog entries. You’ll see a wide, and I mean WIDE, range of variety in how we spend our days, weeks and years and our education levels. Matt Hamilton wrote a […]
Yesterday’s 23 Thing Summit was great and intense (audio, slides, chat and Twitter!) There were almost 300 attendees (I think). WebJunction and MaintainIT staff did a great job wrangling the presenters and the attendees. Thank you Brenda, Michael, Jennifer and everyone else! If you couldn’t make it, you can find the slides, audio and chat […]