Daily Archives: April 14, 2007

http://blatant.libraryjournal.com/blog/?p=22 John Berry reports on budget cuts for his home library: Our library is probably the most used public service in Stamford, except perhaps for garbage collection and streets. It is “touched” as one Board member put it, by more citizens than nearly any other city service. The Advocate, local […]

Berry on Local democracy and libraries

Jeff Trzeciak writes about gaming and libraries: What does this have to do with designing better libraries? Well, quite a bit! All educators – including librarians – need to develop an understanding that technology has had a profound impact on how we act AND how we think. We need to […]

The First Rule is Engagement

I was honored to teach at the 2006 Summer School program at the Tilburg Innovation Centre for Electronic Resources. Take a look at the roster for this year: http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/services/lis/ticer/ David Free & Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe will be presenting “Hands-on: Library 2.0 Technologies to Reach out to the Customer,” while Eric […]

Ticer Summer School 2007

http://www.techsource.ala.org/blog/2007/03/the-pragmatic-biblioblogger.html This post at ALA techSource a few weeks ago illustrates what will probably become the model for my dissertation. I was trying it out there and since then it’s been cooking in my brain. Try this on for size, as will I, by putting it out here: The Pragmatic […]

The Pragmatic Biblioblogger