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Bring on the Rain Putting the Cloud to Work for You: in introduction to cloud computing

One of my presentations from the 2009 COMO conference in Columbus GA Bring on the Rain Putting the Cloud to Work for You: in introduction to cloud computinghttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=comocloudslideshare-091009105015-phpapp01&rel=0&stripped_title=bring-on-the-rain-putting-the-cloud-to-work-for-you-in-introduction-to-cloud-computing View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. Google docs Zoho Buzzword Preezo PreZentit PBworks Wetpaint Wikispaces 30 Boxes Google Calendar Yahoo MyHomePoint Remember the Milk Ta-Da list Todoist […]

Implementing a 23 Things Type Program at Your Library

Notes from the 2009 COMO conference in Columbus GA Implementing a 23 Things Type Program at Your Libraryhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=como200923thingsslideshare-091008160349-phpapp01&rel=0&stripped_title=implementing-a-23-things-type-program-at-your-library View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. 43 Things I might want to do this year Stephen Abram Minnesota’s 23 Things on a Stick Ten Tips About 23 Things – 10/1/2008 School Library Journal School Library Learning 2.0: The 23 […]

Emotional Customer Service for Library Professionals – Andrew Sanderbeck

Notes from sessions at the 2009 COMO conference in Columbus GA Emotional Customer Service Change exercise – identity crisis, exchange name tags & three facts keep passing along like telephone How can we use in workplace? Where is quality control in info exchange? Importance of communication Patrons come to lib for more than just books, […]

ALA 2009 wrap up

I survived my first ALA! It was intense and exhilorating and tiring, but worth every minute of it.   When I return from conferences there are always a lot of thoughts rolling around and it takes me about  a week to solidify everything.  But here are the things that really stuck with me and what I’m […]

Robin Hastings – Web 3.0

Symantec tagging Microformats – hcard Web as a database – rdf, subset of xml Rdfdata.org Instead of holding all info in proprietary databases data will be coded Data.gov SPARQL – sql for rdf Web as application – mashups Questions: How many security issues are we looking at? Shouldn’t put any info out there that is […]

Rachel Vacek –Libraries Using Mobile Devices

Instead of focusing on mobile needs of library users, focusing on mobile needs of librarians, some librarians were more interested in a netbook Every librarian got an ipod touch or a netbook Ideas that are needed the most will probably be the most difficult to implement because involve a proprietary ILS Geeks just waiting to […]

Jessica Moyer – Audio books, ebooks, & online reading impact on library services & collections

All the ways you can read stuff that is not in a book anymore – ipod touch, amazon kindle, has its own wireless network and email address, eink technology, biggest group of kindle owners over the age of 50, price dropped last week to $300 Audiobooks – not just bcds and cassette, but need to […]

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