Monthly Archives: March 2009

With Warren after the Talk, originally uploaded by mstephens7. Just one more note about the CAVAL research project. I’ll be working with Townsville Libraries’ Warren Cheetham on this project. I was glad to meet him in Brisbane last year and now we actually get to work together! Our contact at […]

With Warren after the Talk

This is from the proposal. It frames what we’ll be investigating: “I believe that this has been one of the most transformational and viral activities to happen globally to libraries in decades.”   Stephen Abram., Stephen’s Lighthouse, February 5, 2008 The genesis of Learning 2.0 began with an article by library […]

Measuring the Value and Effect of Learning 2.0 Programs in ...

I was working last week on various writing projects and updating presentations when it struck me I should check in and see if my hometown library Mishawaka Penn Harris Public Library had relaxed the ban on Facebook and MySpace that I wrote about on TTW and that Michael and I […]

News from Mishawaka Library on Facebook Ban

Don’t miss Nancy Dowd’s reporting of Guy Kawasaki’s “Using Twitter for Marketing:” 1. Forget the A List 2. Defocus- you never know who will carry the banner for you so be open to every possibility. 3. Get lots of followers. 3. Content 4. Monitor what people are saying about […]

Nancy Dowd: Guy Kawasaki on Twitter

4 I am eager to get my hands on a copy of Brian’s new book. I think it may be a perfect fit for use in LIS768. I was glad to see his reflective post about the process: (emphasis mine) I am very grateful that ALA didn’t pressure me to […]

Marketing Today’s Academic Library by Brian Mathews

Hilton Americas Houston, originally uploaded by mstephens7. I travel to Houston tomorrow for the 2009 Texas Library Association conference. This will be my third one and I must say they treat speakers the best! Jenny Levine and I are heading down tomorrow morning for 3 days. Here are my talks: […]

See You in TEXAS!