Daily Archives: October 23, 2006

What Can We Do With Flickr? Originally uploaded by cogdogblog. This cluttered desk represents just a small set of powerful ways you can use flickr. This image has been annotated with “notes”, so as you move a mouse over hotspot areas, pop-up messages will appear, some of them with links […]

What Can We Do With Flickr?

Matt Gullett writes a thoughtful post about making connections in library MySpace classes: http://youthtech.wordpress.com/2006/10/15/myspace-for-parents-pt-2/ I had one very thankful mother of a daughter that has had problems in the past with her MySpace page and usage. They are about to allow her access again and just want to make sure […]

My Space for Parents

From John at Pop Goes the Library, in his introductory post: http://www.popgoesthelibrary.com/2006/10/hi-everybody-shouted-like-dr-nick.html I currently work as the Young Adult Librarian and Systems Administrator for the Franklin Township Public Library in Somerset, NJ. (I’m also part of the reference staff and the webmaster) I’m pretty new to librarianship–I never worked at […]

Zines for Teens

Pew on the Read Write Web Originally uploaded by mstephens7. A recent Pew reports gathers some new data and previous publications for a scan of the current state of “Web 2.0:” http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/189/source/rss/report_display.asp “Web 2.0” has become a catch-all buzzword that people use to describe a wide range of online activities […]

Pew on the Read Write Web

Planning for Now and Then, By Karen Coombs, LJ netConnect — October 15, 2006: http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6375463.html The growth of the read/write web has also influenced strategic directions. New technologies enable anyone to create and publish content to the web. Initially, users mostly published text. However, digital cameras, video cameras, GarageBand, Flickr, […]

Karen Coombs on Strategic Planning for a 2.0 World

Dr. Margaret Lincoln writes: REMC 12 Director Mike Oswalt shared an excellent PowerPoint on School 2.0 at http://techplan.edzone.net/TDM2006/DIDYOUKNOW.ppt that was recently shown at the Michigan Technology Directors Meeting on October 6. The original presentation at http://arapahoe.littletonpublicschools.net/media/EDocs/did_you_know.ppt was developed by Karl Fisch (a tech director from Colorado) and is quite powerful […]

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