Daily Archives: June 6, 2008

Great stuff! I’ll be sharing these helpful presentations with my students: I had a good time presenting at the Arizona Libraries Summer Institute, despite the fact that I was rather ill while presenting (darn food poisoning).  I had a number of very informative and energizing discussions with the staff who […]

Keeping Current from the Librarian in Black

     A Year in the Life (via iTunes), originally uploaded by mstephens7. When I do talks, I always try to relate changes in technology to how they can impact, enhance or chronicle people’s lives. I’ve been highlighting LastFM in The Hyperlinked Libraries and other presentations since 2006. I was […]

A Year in the Life (via iTunes)

Via Gerry McKiernan: http://chronicle.com/wiredcampus/article/3064/ Josh Fischman writes: Long a standard reference source for scholarship, largely because of its tightly controlled editing, theEncyclopaedia Britannica announced this week it was throwing open its elegantly-bound covers to the masses. It will allow the “user community” (in the words of the encyclopedia’s blog) to […]

Britannica Goes Wiki

Ready, Set…, originally uploaded by St. Joseph County Public Library. Congrats to the folks at SJCPL as they break ground for the updated Roger B. Francis Branch. Find out more here and here! Nice use of Flickr and the library blog. Maybe it’s time for a construction blog for to […]

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