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Stephens, M. & Cheetham, W. (2012). “Benefits and results of Learning 2.0: a case study of CityLibrariesLearning – discover*play*connect.” Australian Library Journal, 61(1), 6-15. A snippet: Both the pre- and post-programme survey utilised the question ‘Which of the following topics/tools are familiar to you?’ Staff selected from a scale ranging from […]

Another New Article – Australian Library Journal




Hello all! We usually have not endorsed too many folks over the years here at TTW, but this year here are some folks I’d urge you to vote for: Martin Garnar: http://www.facebook.com/martin.garnar.ALA I caught up with Martin at PLA and had a great chat with him about ethics and intellectual freedom.  We […]

TTW Endorsements for ALA Elections


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I am happy to announce the full text of both of my ALA Library Technology Reports are available now at the new TTW companion site The Hyperlinked Library. The rest of the site is currently under construction, but for now you’ll find: Web 2.0 & Libraries: Best Practices for Social […]

Web 2.0 & Libraries Parts 1 & 2 Available Free ...



Jason Griffey writes: On December 28, I received notice from George M. Eberhart, the editor ofAmerican Libraries Direct, that my contract with American Libraries for Perpetual Beta is not being renewed. As of December 31, my involvement with this experiment in blogging will end. Perpetual Beta was, to my knowledge, the first American Libraries blog […]

Jason Griffey signs off Perpetual Beta




I have an article up at InfoToday Europe on the CAVAL Australian research: http://www.infotoday.eu/Articles/Editorial/Featured-Articles/Exploring-the-impact-of-Learning-2.0-78002.aspx Results of the research project have been presented at conferences in Australia and the United States as well as in published articles. Here is a breakdown of some of the major findings of the research: Better […]

Exploring the impact of Learning 2.0


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 […]

BuddyPress, Libraries and Higher Education: An Interview with Kenley Neufeld ...



From The Go Librarians,  Steven V. Kaszynski writes: http://golibrarians.wordpress.com/2011/03/11/what-are-words-for/ Everybody loves ALA’s classic celebrity READ posters. And for good reason. Multi-age, culturally relevant celebrities inspiring multi-age people to read books and get literate. They’re popular and possibly even effective. Still, the READ poster is alone in its work. It wants […]

What Are Words For? from Steven V. Kaszynski