Christine Rooney-Browne, a PhD student based at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland, wrote back in March about her experience at The Mitchell Library in Glasgow “soaking up the atmosphere from the latest Aye Write Book Festival:” I had thought it might be a good idea to tweet about the events I attended but when I tried to access Twitter on The Mitchell Library’s public access computers I was informed that Twitter was considered to be an ‘unacceptable website’. Surely not, I thought, so I tried again, on a different computer. Same message again. Made me wonder about what else would be blocked. Attempted […]
social technographics ladder 2008, originally uploaded by groundswellbook. Working on a presentation for my time in Virginia Beach this week. This graph from Groundswell is wonderful!
The Ecology of Information: A Future in a Library Without Walls View more presentations from John Blyberg. Don’t miss John Blyberg’s LITACamp keynote. It really got me thinking! He asks some important questions – is our profession sustainable? – and posits that 21st Century Librarianship will be akin to the work of information architects. I think I need to check in with John about these thoughts. Great stuff!
http://www.yprlconnect.blogspot.com/ This is from last year, but I wanted tio add it to the CAVAL Research category for future reference – and ask TTW readers: has your library extended Learning 2.0 to the public? (or the Board, City Government, or other agency?)