Daily Archives: April 25, 2006

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Is your state library association podcasting? NJLA is!

IT Section Podcasting Booth IT Section Podcasting Booth Originally uploaded by amy_kearns. I’m enjoying the flickr photos of the New Jersey Library Association meeting, especially the one above. Can someone tell us more about what is happening at NJLA? This is a good lesson for those state level library associations or federations to think about incorporating Web 2.0 tools into the conference. It’s time folks… really, it’s passed time… The Cluetrain is departing! It says BE HEARD http://www.flickr.com/photos/akearns72/135091962/

Think About This: “He was told what HE had to do”

The reactions from the room were almost aggressive, a few actually got angry. This guy, or so he was told by audience, should enrol in a course on information skills. If he only was ready to spend some time on learning these tools, he would be very pleased with the results and understand what is going on. The library offers great tools, even if the complexities of information delivery cause them to be relatively difficult to handle. The scholar should have worked with us, or at least should have tried to learn the necessary skills, the audience said. I was […]