Categories The Hyperlinked Library

A question came up at the end of my presentation at Batavia Public Library about using new technology and attracting customers to join libraries in that interactive experience. Denise Raleigh from Gail Borden Public Library just happened to be in the audience and she helped answer the question. It was […]

StoryTubes & Creating Energy

I think honoring the creativity and critical thinking of my colleagues and peers is very important. That’s one of the reasons I licensed The Hyperlinked Library completely under CC – I went out of my way to include every URL I could find and use only Flickr shots of my […]

Thanks Cliff!

NCSU Learning Commons Originally uploaded by mstephens7 There’s just so much good here! Take a look at North Carolina State’s Learning Commons Web presence: Live computer availability Web cam of “The Brickyard” Flickr photos “We want your Ideas” for eboards Commenting form Borrow laptops, cameras, iPods, GPS units, etc I’m […]

NCSU Learning Commons

Electronic Journal Forum : Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and the Hyperlinked Library Michael Stephens, Contributor and Maria Collins, Column Editor Stephens is Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Dominican University, River Forest, IL 60305, USA Collins is Assistant Head of Acquisitions, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh […]

Article: Web 2.0, Library 2.0, and the Hyperlinked Library

Citations & Links Noted in the Hyperlinked Library Presentations Introduction Singapore Flickr: Singapore Flickr 2: These Things are Opportunities: Google’s Share: Laying the Foundation “Social Machines” – Continuous Computing: What is Web 2.0?: Generators: 2.0 Memes:’ Library 2.0: OCLC Perceptions: OCLC Sharing: Pew […]

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