Daily Archives: August 2, 2008


  http://www.udel.edu/smdc/ Spaces for students, faculty and staff in university and college libraries are evolving rapidly. Here’s another to add to the list: the Student Multimedia design Center at the University of Delaware Morris Library. From the site:  Make your PowerPoint presentations come alive with video and animation.   Practice your […]

Student Multimedia Design Center


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http://rosellelibrary.ning.com/ I’m getting ready for upcoming presentations today and I realized I needed to give Roselle Public Library a big shout out for the Ning network created for patrons and staff. Take a look. I’m glad to see a library choose a social tool, put some time and effort into […]

Roselle PL Ning: “Let’s Talk!”



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blogging policy fresh and new, originally uploaded by cambodia4kidsorg. I’m updating various presentations today and I’m adding this great resource: the Powerhouse Museum’ blogging policy. PDF: http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/dmsblog/wp-content/powerhouse_museum_blog_policy_2007.pdf Blog post is here. Many organizations struggle with blogging because of many of the worries addressed in this document. I think a library […]

Blogging Policy Fresh and New


  I am really looking forward to visiting Columbus Metropolitan Library to help launch their Learn & Play program next week. Get a load of the video the folks there made to generate interest and excitement. I’m impressed with the creativity for sure. Helene Blowers blogged it too and said: […]

Columbus! Don’t Hold Back!



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Lori Reed writes: http://librarytrainer.com/2008/08/02/bill-to-ban-facebook-in-libraries/ What I am really here to say is that it’s important to educate children so that they can make smart decisions in any circumstance. From USA Today: Congress is considering a bill that would bar children who use computers in public libraries from accessing Facebook and […]

Banning Social Networking… Again?