Via Maire, who gets it: http://www.aadl.org/node/629 registration is now open for AADL-GT Round 2, happening this Saturday, September 24th, from Noon – 5 PM in the Basement of the Downtown Library. Doors will open at 11:30 for players in grades 6-12, so be early to get checked in and start warming up. Winners of the … Continue reading Got Game?
I was tickled to be on the docket for the Indiana Library Federation Reference Division meeting last Friday with Jessamyn West and some most cool Indiana Librarians. Thanks to Kerry, Scott, Evan and everyone who helped make it such a wonderful experience! Here’s Scott’s take on the day too! In the drama of the day … Continue reading Travels around Indiana: ILF Meeting
Sometimes it’s good to return to an article/blog post/presentation and see how it stacks up after some time has passed. For example, I just found a print of this from a 2001 LJ: http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA71785.html Roy Tennant writes in April 2001 about building agile organizations and suggests three key factors to have a grip on: Communication, … Continue reading How agile is your library?
http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA631184.html I’m a flutter over this quote folks: “We wanted our web site to be interactive with the public, and chose blogs as the major form of communication,” said Director Josie Parker. “The major point is to make the library transparent.” This comes from the AADL Director who is actively BLOGGING for the libraray and … Continue reading AADL in LJ & TTW is :-)ing
Just saying: Here’s a nice post to the SJCPL Lifeline by our AV librarian. It speaks to me becuase it’s written in Julie’s voice. I know she hearts Cusack and it certainly comes through in the post. Just returning from the lake, I spent four hours in the car with The Cluetrain Manifesto and one … Continue reading Librarian’s Voices on Library Blogs