I have posts coming for each of the excellent group projects in my LIS768 class. But please take a listen to this remixed take on Anonymous’ comments about Mishawaka Library Banning Social Software. http://yourlibrary.podOmatic.com/entry/2008-04-06T10_40_08-07_00 Just one example of the creativity my class demonstrated. Read more about it here: http://wrmarsolek.wordpress.com/2008/04/06/garageband-superstar/
Welcome to CIL! | Cherry Blossoms in DC | Originally uploaded by Michael Casey Don’t miss all the pics from CIL: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/cil2008/
Rikhei Harris offers some outstanding commentary on ITI aligning with SWIFT for CIL: http://llyfrgellydd.info/?p=40 I frequently use Creative Commons licenses for my work, and such, I grant many of the rights outlined above to anyone who can use my works. However, I am very hesitant to grant rights to commercial entities – especially such extensive rights as are outlined above. I granted Information Today, Inc. the rights to distribute papers, presentation slides, and recordings of the panel on which I will be speaking. The difference, however, is that Information Today was very transparent in the agreement about how these items […]
I’m recovering from a great weekend finishing up LIS768 in Minnesota – more projects will be posted soon — but now I am heading to the airport and to Computers in Libraries. I can already tell from the Flickring etc that Gaming and Gadgets was the place to be last night…sorry I missed. Must be my devious plan to avoid the DDR pad… I have two left feet! If you are attending my talk with Michael Casey, please say hi.