Yes You! Libraries and Transliteracy needs a logo, and not the one I threw together for our facebook group. We (the authors) have discussed it and decided our talents lie elsewhere. So we are having a contest! Design a logo for Libraries and Transliteracy! There are no rules or guidelines for the logo. Something that reflects what transliteracy means to you. To submit your design please … Continue reading Libraries and Transliteracy Needs You!
The Libraries and Transilteracy blog recently added a fourth contributor, Brian Hulsey. Brian’s first post was on the skills 21 century workers need and his most recent post The Future is in Your Hand, looks at mobile services in libraries. Brian blogs at Strange Dichotomy and you can find him on Twitter at strng_dichotomy. Brian currently holds a position in Electronic Resources at the Simon Schwob … Continue reading Please Welcome the Newest Contributor to the Libraries and Transliteracy Blog
Introduction to Libraries and Transliteracyhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=transliteracycilslideshare-100412062303-phpapp01&rel=0&stripped_title=introduction-to-libraries-and-transliteracy View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. Presented at Computers in Libraries, Monday April 13th in a session with presentations by Buffy Hamilton & Matt Hamilton (no relation) Promised links and resources: Libraries and Transliteracy Blog – a group blog by Buffy Hamilton– school media specialist, Tom Ipri – academic librarian and Bobbi Newman – public librarian Defining Transliteracy Libraries and … Continue reading Libraries and Transliteracy at Computers in Libraries #cil2010
I have put together a Resources List over at the Libraries and Transliteracy blog. People often ask me where to start or what to read. This is a compilation of some of the reports I have read over the last 6 months or so. I’ve tried to blog many of them on the LaT blog pulling out the key points and I will continue to do so. … Continue reading Libraries and Transliteracy Resource List