Daily Archives: March 17, 2006



Hooray! Here’s the full text of Rachel’s piece on Open Source Software! http://www.linuxinsider.com/rsstory/49357.html This piece highlights some wonderful ways librarians can implement and work with wireless, but we still nee to serve the patrons who rely on us for basic computer access. Keeping software on public access machine current, given […]

Tech Tips for Every Librarian: Free Finds for Frugal Libraries



Tuesday, March 21, 2006 Computers in Libraries Preconference Workshops: Morning Session: “Teaching the Internet” with D. Scott Brandt, Afternoon Session: Technology Planning for 21st Century Libraries. Saturday, March 25, 2006, Public Library Association, “Community Building Through Your Web Site: Library Blogs and RSS Feeds” with Jenny Levine, Boston, MA Wedensday […]

Upcoming Presentations


http://wplinfostuff.blogspot.com/2006/03/podcasting-is-coming-to-waterloo.html The podcasts will digitize heritage walking tours throughout Uptown Waterloo, using MP3 players and Blackberry devices that will be available for loan from the Main Library on Albert Street. The tours will also be available on-line through computer workstations located in the library. Podcasting is a method of publishing […]

Waterloo Public Library Podcasting and Circulating Blackberries!



Connie Crosby, Library Manager, WeirFoulds LLP up in Toronto, Ontario, writes that she and Steve Matthews and Michael Lines have just launched the Canadian Association of Law Librarians first conference blog at http://www.callacbd.ca/conferences/2006/blog/ This year, for the first time, the annual conference will be complemented by a collective blog (this […]

A CALL to BLOG