Daily Archives: May 26, 2006

A blog to watch…fascinating: Put simply: Instead of trying to make your library seem cool, be a librarian and do cool things. This concept developed out of my experiments with blogs. I was using LiveJournal to communicate with friends and discovered the journals of several students. By “be-friending” them and […]

The Ubiquitous Librarian

Internet Reference Services Quarterly, a refereed journal published by The Haworth Press Inc., invites proposals for a special issue focusing on social software and libraries. The issue (12/3) will tentatively be published in Winter 2007, edited by Michael Stephens, Instructor, Dominican University and blogger at tametheweb.com. We hope the issue […]

Call for Papers: Internet Reference Services Quarterly

Great gem of a post from Dayna’s Blog at ALA L2 I like to believe that library 2.0 skills will become basic skill sets, but I think some of us may have a longer lag time and with new services being offered at the regional, state and higher levels some […]

Rapid Change