Daily Archives: December 5, 2007





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http://blogs.talis.com/panlibus/archives/2007/12/brian_kelly_iwr.php Richard Wallis writes: I had the great pleasure last night of helping UKOLN’s Brian Kelly celebrate his award of IWR Information Professional of the Year. The well deserved award was presented at Online Information 2007 yesterday. Woohoo! I’ve had the pleasure of presenting with Brian a few times. He […]

Congrats to Brian Kelly!




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Southeast Library System / Eastern Library System Fall Colloquium: "On Librarian 2.0," Cornhusker Marriott, Lincoln, Nebraska. Originally uploaded by mstephens7 Thanks to all who came out for my talk last week in Lincoln, Nebraska. We had a nice dinner, some wine and some good conversation. Here’s the presentation: http://www.tametheweb.com/talks07/Librarian2.0NebraskaStephens.pdf

Southeast Library System / Eastern Library System Fall Colloquium: “On ...





Dutch students protest via IM and text: http://www.smartmobs.com/2007/11/27/dutch-student-protests-organized-via-instant-messaging/ Dutch high school students have been “on strike” this week, protesting against extra school hours. Students spread word to join protests on Friday and Monday using online and mobile phone text messages. Meebo embedded in the library catalog: http://www.davidleeking.com/2007/11/30/fun-with-our-meebo-widget-and-the-library-catalog/ We added a […]

Some IM & Meebo Links



After our discussion Monday night in lass of Beck and Wade’s “Got Game,” it was nice to see this at The Shifted Librarian: I think the social interactions and socialization that takes place around gaming are often overlooked as being something less valuable than when it happens around books. This […]

Socializing Around Games


http://www.herzogbr.net/blog/?p=223 Brian Herzog writes: Earlier this year, my library uploaded to flickr a set of historical photographs taken around town in 1901. We thought it was a good way to make these library materials more accessible. I just noticed a comment on one of the photographs. A patron recognized another […]

Patrons Participating