Collaborating in the Clouds: Selecting Tools

One of my presentations from Internet Librarian 2009. For this one I presented with Tom Ipri, Rachel Vacek and Anna Creech Collaborating in the Clouds: selecting toolshttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=il2009cloudslideshare-091031094115-phpapp02&stripped_title=collaborating-in-the-clouds-selecting-tools View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. Continue reading Collaborating in the Clouds: Selecting Tools

Implementing a 23 Things Type Program at Your Library

Notes from the 2009 COMO conference in Columbus GA Implementing a 23 Things Type Program at Your Libraryhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=como200923thingsslideshare-091008160349-phpapp01&rel=0&stripped_title=implementing-a-23-things-type-program-at-your-library View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. 43 Things I might want to do this year Stephen Abram Minnesota’s 23 Things on a Stick Ten Tips About 23 Things – 10/1/2008 School Library Journal School Library Learning 2.0: The 23 Things SLA’s 23 Things The 23 Things – Learning 2.0 … Continue reading Implementing a 23 Things Type Program at Your Library

Presenting during the Age of Twitter

If you’ve been presenting for a while you know that Twitter has changed the audience. Presenting pre-Twitter – you saw a sea of faces looking at you Presenting during the age of Twiter – you see a sea of heads looking at laptops or smart phones It can be disconcerting if you’re not used to it.  Pistachio has a great article on How to Present … Continue reading Presenting during the Age of Twitter

Twitter & how the “twittest” use it for keeping up

Michael Sauers and Christa Burns cant explain you have to to do it, and you have to do it with friends to get the experience post – tweet tweeting methods – web, desktop client, bookmarklets, via email, via sms, blog to twitter (twitterfeed) url past 140 character limit will usually convert to tiny url twitthis twitterfeed – run rss to twitter account twirl @username if … Continue reading Twitter & how the “twittest” use it for keeping up