Via Aaron Schmidt: Front door rules. Welcome! Originally uploaded by aaron schmidt
Politeness Allowed at Your Library Originally uploaded by Buckham Memorial Library in Faribault We’re trying a new campaign, taking down all of our “No” signs and replacing them with one that explains “We promise not to shush you if you promise to be considerate of your fellow library users.” Thanks to Stephen Abram for the […]
March 22, 2007 Originally uploaded by informationgoddess29. Informationgoddess writes: Another unfriendly library sign. This one in an academic library. How many students could they reach by doing SMS/text message reference?
Science Leadership Academy Sign Originally uploaded by willrich. Love it!
library signage Originally uploaded by Michael Casey.
cell phone sign Originally uploaded by davidking.
Sarah sent me this note and some images and said I could blog them. Thanks Sarah! Dear Michael: A colleague and I were teaching a class called “Cyber Six Pack” about 2.0 tools and I was thrown by the signs that were posted in the computer lab where we taught. Granted, these were in a […]
marysville Originally uploaded by yarmando. Via Don Yarmon – Thanks Don! (I use this in almost every presentation I give!) Marysville Public Library, Ohio. These computers have a special rule set that lets game sites through the Internet content filter.
Can’t be Too Careful With Your Signs Originally uploaded by Alan Gray. No VOIP here! (Courtesy of Alan Gray) What story is this library telling about how they view technology?
Don’t miss: http://blogaboutlibraries.com/2006/08/signs_17.html and Michael Sauers’ Library Signage group at Flickr! I’m glad to see so much discussion about signs and the stories they tell — and the excellent examples of good signs showing up at Flickr! Take a look at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/curtisrogers/223146313/ as well! Update: Don’t miss Steve lawson’s “Shiny Happy Signs!”