Daily Archives: November 24, 2006


We never had ANYTHING like this when I got my MLS! Michael Habib’s Masters Thesis is available for download at http://etd.ils.unc.edu/dspace/handle/1901/356 Comments are welcome at his post: http://mchabib.blogspot.com/2006/11/toward-academic-library-20-development_22.html While academic libraries have always been places of reading, Academic Library 2.0 is a place of both reading and writing. However the […]

Michael Habib’s Masters Thesis: Academic Library 2.0




Michael Casey reports this am that the entry for Library 2.0 is up for deletion at Wikipedia: http://www.librarycrunch.com/2006/11/delete_library_20_from_wikiped.html I’m amazed really, especially after recent professional journal articles hereand here, the SLJ Summit focus on School Library 2.0, and the fact I have students writing about it in my classes! Please […]

L2 Entry at Wikipedia to be Deleted


A new report from Pew Internet & American Life Project on podcasting: http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/193/source/rss/report_display.asp Some 12% of internet users say they have downloaded a podcast so they can listen to it or view it at a later time. However, few internet users are downloading podcasts with great frequency; just 1% report […]

Those Podcasts!



http://theubiquitouslibrarian.typepad.com/the_ubiquitous_librarian/2006/11/sharing_via_itu.html The Ubiquitous Librarian ponders using iTunes in academic libraries in some pretty darn cool ways: How can libraries use this? Let’s put information literacy to the side for a minute, because sure, you could host tutorials and content about the library (itunes plays videos) but let’s think bigger. Last […]

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