Daily Archives: May 7, 2005

3 posts

ATTENTION Public Librarians

Start making travel plans! California in October! Here’s the blurb for an ALL DAY TRACK at Internet Librarian in Monterey, CA in October. For more info: http://www.infotoday.com/il2005/default.shtml (Note: this line up could change!) Top Tech Trends for Public Libraries (PLs) This track explores what top technology trends some public librarians are using to reach their user and explores how medium and small PLs can successfully implement some of those new technologies. With an eye toward cost, staffing and the ROI, these sessions offer useful tips, take-home examples, and loads of practical experience. Michael Stephens, Moderator, SJCPL, & Tame the Web. […]

It’s So Easy…

Winnie, an Indiana Librarian, writes in an e-mail about setting up a blog at her library: It’s so easy and a great way to get library news and information out. http://nchcplreader.blogspot.com/ (Note NCHCPL also IMs….)

Librarians Learning to Learn

Check out Will Richardson’s post: http://www.weblogg-ed.com/2005/05/06#a3517 Good stuff and it inspires me. He concludes: I’m going to bet that most bloggers who stick with it do so because they are fearless learners. We want to know more, push our thinking, exchange ideas. We have found teachers that inspire us and move us with their own intelligence or creativity or sense of possibility, and they teach us daily. As I do with many of Will’s incredible posts, I substitute the word librarian for teacher. Have you found a librarian to learn from? A librarian blogger? A mentor in library school or […]