Monthly Archives: September 2009



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Christine Rooney-Browne writes: http://www.slainte.org.uk/publications/serials/infoscot/vol7(2)/vol7(2)article8.htm After filling out a customer comment card I posted about my experiences on my blog, Library of Digress. I received several comments from others expressing similar concerns in other local authorities. The Head of PR for Glasgow City Council, Colin Edgar, also commented and informed me […]

Glasgow Libraries Blocking Flickr, Twitter, YouTube







A new survey from Forester finds that Gen X info workers are leading the charge for innovation and change with collaborative technology. http://www.readwriteweb.com/enterprise/2009/09/forget-gen-y-gen-x-is-making-r.php This summary is fascinating, especially as I comb through 400 responses from Learning 2.0 participants in Australia. Some respondents actually echo these findings: younger people on staff […]

GenX is Making Real Change




Don’t miss: http://www.webaward.org/winner.asp?eid=13053 Sherri Vanyek, Director, Information Technology & Telecommunication Services at ALA wrote to WAC yesterday: I’m pleased to inform you that our website has been recognized for outstanding achievement in web development. Our site was awarded a Non-Profit Standard of Excellence WebAward.  The WebAward is issued by the Web […]

ALA web Site Wins Achievement Award



By Michael Casey & Michael Stephens We’ve been writing this column for more than two years, and though it’s been a wonderful experience, it’s time to move on to other projects and topics. We appreciate the feedback we’ve received on the LJ site, via emails, and in person—including all of […]

The Road Ahead