Amanda at blogwithoutalibrary.net writes:
This is from a design/marketing/communications company’s website. I love how they’re not afraid to showcase ideas that didn’t fly:
Think of this as the final resting place for ideas that – for one reason or another – lacked sufficient postage. The road to change is littered with them.
You can’t have innovation [...]
Don’t miss this article from Sarah Houghton-Jan and Aaron Schmidt:
While there are many quick, one-time things you can do to make your content findable, we’ll address those later. First, we have to make sure that there’s a reason to promote your library and its website. If you’re not offering relevant services or interesting [...]
Kathryn Greenhill reports on Liz Wilkinson, University of Auckland, presenting at the LIANZA 2008 conference:
I was very impressed with an information literacy package she had helped to design. Te Punga uses online graphic novels and simulations to introduce students to the library catalogue.
I was even more impressed with her philosophy behind the design – and I [...]
The kind folks at SLA IT Bulletin Digital Focus have given me permission to reprint the interview they did with me last summer here at TTW as part of my digital portfolio. I really appreciate it.
Interview with Michael Stephens – Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Dominican University
For those who [...]
I am particularly enjoying this slide this morning.
Here are the slides as PDF from the original keynote file.
Links for the presentation today:
Technoplans Vs Technolust at Library Journal 2004
Taming Technolust article at RUSQ: http://www.rusq.org/2008/08/18/taming-technolust/
ACRL Changing Roles
“Let Go of Control” Cell Phone Sign: http://www.flickr.com/photos/travelinlibrarian/1924719853
Brian Herzog’s [...]
I caught note of this via Twitter. Thanks Kenley!
Take a look at this post at the Luria Library’s blog. They’ve turned on video comments as well as sharing an embedded slide show that details basic searching of Ebscohost.
This so ties into my takeaways from spending a day at IDEA2008. So much [...]
Privacy or Marketing Data, originally uploaded by JenWaller.
Erik and Jaap explain and demonstrate how the DOK library cards (and their system) operate. Again, [...]
I can tell a lot of work and thought went into this series of workshops:
Well done Bobbi & Robin!