Tag: Computers in Libraries Conference

CM Tools: Drupal, Joomla, & Rumba

CM Tools: Drupal, Joomla, & Rumba John Blyberg Ryan Deschamps Ryan ModX How not to have to use drupal Cms in general Why joomla Why switch to ModX Good content mngmt system should facilitate division of labor, support overall development, ensure best practices and standards Halifax public library now in modx looked the same in … Continue reading CM Tools: Drupal, Joomla, & Rumba

Social network profile management

Social network profile management Greg Schwartz Michael Porter Sarah Houghton-Jan Amanda Clay Powers Greg Identity Digital identity mapping – online interactions make identity much more complicated Your next employer looking for your identity will do a google search You do not own your online identity Tip -own your username - if your name is unique … Continue reading Social network profile management

Continued Online Community Engagement

Control what you can -    Brand – logo, identity -    public website -    opportunities for practice -    best practices online let go when you can -    what is tied to your brand -    where can you let go? -    What needs to have a system wide project? Trust -    trust staff -    give guidelines -    … Continue reading Continued Online Community Engagement

Flickr commons for libraries and museums

Flickr commons develop in 2007 – LoC approached Flickr about sharing photos, encouraging users tagging jan 16th 2008 launched Many nations now participating Can now only search the commons http://www.flickr.com/commons/ Brooklyn Museum - contributing to the commons caused flickr account to get flooded with comments, also posting photos that they “think” are something posting to … Continue reading Flickr commons for libraries and museums

Help your library be omnipresent without spending a dime

Embedded and widgetized library - Dcpl – iphone app - Chat widgets – question point - igoogle gadgets flickr badge creator – can do thru flickr steal this code now please - lets give it away – allow users to remis our source code for their own customized applications on any of their pages or … Continue reading Help your library be omnipresent without spending a dime