Librarian by Day Bobbi Newman | I'm not that kind of librarian

Posts Tagged ‘digital’

Library 101: More Than Just a Pretty Face

11.03.2009 · Posted in Internet Librarian, Learning, Librarians, Video

The newest video from David Lee King & Michael Porter debuted at Internet Librarian to a room full of people and a live remote audience thanks to streaming by the Shanachies. Library 101 is more than just a video, it's a project with a website that includes essays from libraryland leaders about what Library 101 ...

Libraries and Transliteracy – the video version

I took my slideshow on transliteracy and turned it into a video.  I was curious about how easy it was to turn a slideshow into a video (its super easy!) so I thought I'd try it.  Most of my presentations aren't meant to stand alone and so don't really translate well to video. When I ...

Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy Warns of “Second Class Citizens” in the Digital Age

10.06.2009 · Posted in Digital Divide, Transliteracy

The Knight Foundation has released a new report Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy. A good deal of the content either is or could be applies to libraries.  The entire report is 148  pages, you can also download a 2 page summary that includes recommendations like these 2: Increase support for public service media aimed at meeting ...

Libraries and Transliteracy Slideshow

I haven't been able to stop thinking about transliteracy and how important the concept is for libraries and librarians. I've created a slideshow I hope conveys the message and is easy to share. I have also added page with information on transliteracy. Libraries and TransliteracyView more presentations from Bobbi Newman. Read more [...] ...

Building the Digital Branch for the 21st Century

09.30.2009 · Posted in Digital Services

On September 15th over 400 people attended a WebJunction webinar on Building a Digital Branch led by  David Lee King. Yes I realize this post is way over due, but the information isn't outdated, yet. :-) If you missed it you have multiple options for accessing the information: Visit the WebJunction page for all the ...