Sometimes how you say something is more important than how you say it.  What can libraries learn from this? I’d love to hear creative ways libraries have said the same old thing 😉

A lot of people have stopped me and asked me about the Dell Mini over the last few days.  Ok, fine, maybe I was flaunting it at MLA a little bit and I’ve been going on endlessly about it on Twitter, but it’s completely deserving. Let me state for the record, I do not have an […]

I came across this cartoon recently and I just love it. I think I had it in both presentations I gave last week. You can seem more like this at Gaping Void.

My second and last presentation at the Missouri Library Association Conference.  It was initially scheduled to be in a very small room, luckily I was able to get it moved. Library Learning 2.1http://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=librarylearning21-1222859910839414-8&stripped_title=library-learning-21-presentation View more presentations from Bobbi Newman.

Information literacy synchronous & asynchronous communication online tutorial camtasia to record screen & add audio library instructional videos library blog – rss feed to libraries page meebo for IM service on ground instructions nilrc.org/imlis/default.asp _ NILRC information literacy toolkit

This is my first session of the day, done by MOREnet where our Ebscohost is from quick view – pop up window with abstract overview gives narrow results by subject area option narrow by publication bread crumb trail easy to remove any term from the search with X button full text check box slider for […]

Since I’m at what is my first of two conferences this month I thought I’d try to share some conference tips I’ve pulled together over the years and ask you – what have I missed? Give people your name, wear your name badge up near your face rather than on a lanyard so it’s easy […]