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Posts Tagged ‘Libraries’

Rachel Vacek –Libraries Using Mobile Devices

07.10.2009 · Posted in Digital Services

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

07.10.2009 · Posted in ALA

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 ...

The UNICEF Bee and the Digital Doorway

06.29.2009 · Posted in Digital Divide, Information Access, Video

This video, The Future of the Library, has been making the rounds on library blogs and after watching it I visit the blog Everywhere is Here.  Lately I've been thinking a lot about the digital divide and the bubble I spend most of my time in so I was much more interested in this video.  ...

Geek the Library

06.23.2009 · Posted in Chit Chat, Funding, Libraries, News

Monday OCLC kicked off their Geek the Library campaign with Iowa (my home state!) and Georgia (my current state!).  What is Geek the Library? Its  a community-based public awareness campaign.  The idea is to increase public awareness of libraries and the important role they play and the funding we so desperately need.  People can share ...