Kyle Jones interviewed Kenley Neufeld and me for the new Library technology report from ALA TechSource: “Using WordPress as a Library Content Management System” by Kyle M. L. Jones and Polly-Alida Farrington.
Here’s a snippet:
KJ: You both work at institutions where you have some kind of formal learning management system. Why did you make the decision [...]
I contributed my final post as a regular author this week at ALA TechSource. I must say it makes me a bit emotional but it’s time to move on to focus on other things. I thought I take this chance to point back to some of my favorite posts from the last 5 years [...]
I’m moving on from writing blog posts for ALA TechSource. My final post went up today. I do plan to return on occasion as a guest blogger. Today’s post is about MAGIC:
I also want to tell you a story about ten year old Michael. He really enjoyed afternoon reruns of shows like [...]
I have a new post up at ALA TechSource:
It’s too early to gauge impact. Ed Baig of USA Today asked Lee Rainie at Pew about the low numbers and Rainie replied: “The overall number of users of location services is likely to grow over time as new services emerge, as ‘networking effects’ take [...]
What I appreciate the most about this project is their main goal is educating people about the benefits of following a library on Twitter. The group is aiming beyond our little online world of librarians and library folk and I think we should help them. What better way to do your own promotion [...]
I couldn’t participate in the rescheduled ALA TechSource Webinar but I was able to contribute slides and some text.
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MS: The connection between libraries and museums gets clearer and clearer to me, especially after my speaking trip to Germany. At our Stammtisch evening, I spent a long time chatting with a museum employee. Her take was this: “We have 30 seconds to grab a visitor’s attention. We can’t use a blog. We can’t [...]
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I have a new post up at ALA Techsource – an interview with the National Library of Australia’s Paul Hagon:
Paul discusses his take on making library collections available in some very unique ways:
It’s been less than 2 years since the iPhone (via the appstore) became a viable interface. We now have [...]
Multitouch Microsoft Surface: Cultural Heritage Browser from Jaap van de Geer on Vimeo.
I have a new post at ALATechSource about the Shanachie presentation at ALA. Check out the video above to see one of the projects they highlighted in action.
Late one February evening in 2007, I found myself sitting [...]