Tag Archives: Libraries

Top Ten Links – Week 2

My hand selected best links I shared on Twitter from 1/8/2010 through 1/14/2010 in no particular oder: Just call me Tenzing Norbook, I guess. Toby Greenwalt’s response to Seth Godin’s post about libraries and the discussion that takes place in the comments. 2010: The Only Year of the E-Reader great article from Fast Company on […]

Library Day in the Life Round 4, January 2010

Yes it’s that time again, time to start thinking about participating in the Library Day in the Life Project.  Will you blog, Twitter, take photos, or show video? or some combination of all? For those of you not familiar with the project in a nutshell library works of all types document a day or a […]

Registration Open for the first Transliteracy Conference, Leicester UK, 9 Feb 2010

The first Transliteracy Conference takes place at Leicester’s new Phoenix Square Digital Media Centre on Tuesday 9 Feb 2010 Find out more and register at http://www.transliteracy.com The full schedule for the day will be released soon but in the meantime a list of speakers and abstracts can be found at http://nlabnetworks.typepad.com/transliteracy/2010abstracts.html Transliteracy is the ability to read, […]

Andy Woodworth’s 5 Universal Truths That All Librarians Can Agree Upon

Andy has put together a list of 5 Universal Truths That All Librarians Can Agree Upon Right Now. Perception of information is changing Literacy is changing Libraries are now part of greater information chorus Communication is our friend The underlying philosophies of the library have not changed I like the focus on the positive and […]

What Makes a Library a Library?

Last week Sarah Houghton-Jan posted about a staffless library in Washington and asked the  question “What makes a library a library?” Buffy Hamilton took the question to the masses and recorded them for this great video.

Voting is Open for the 2009 Edublog Awards – Go Vote!

Voting ends Wednesday December 18th. Yes even you library people. You’ll find some great new blogs to read and trust me there are names in there you’ll recognize! The Edublog Award Categories…. Best individual blog Best individual tweeter Best group blog Best new blog Best class blog Best student blog Best resource sharing blog Most influential blog […]

Teaching Tech to the Public – Follow up from Internet Librarian

This Those of you who were in my Web 2.0 for patrons presentation might remember a woman in the audience mentioning the classes she teaches at her library. I promised to get with her and share the follow up. I emailed her and found out that Liz Hubert is a Adult Services Librarian at the Barrington Area […]


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