Monthly Archives: March 2009
Start with this, I did Now think about this – How do libraries fit into this picture? As far as I can tell the technologies we’re struggling to adapt to and implement might very well be outdated by the time we’re ready to start using them. That’s not good. Right now technologies are running by and […]
I spent more time talking and participating than note taking, but there are some great notes from the sessions on the wiki. I’d like to public thank Josh, Erin, Jason and everyone else who helped make it a success. It was great to see so many of my online friends face to face, especially Kathyrn […]
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 […]