Fall 2009 Newsletter Cover, originally uploaded by Alachua County Library. Great!
I am very happy to be speaking at Rutgers in a couple of weeks. If you attend, please say hello! Beta Phi Mu, International Library and Information Studies Honor Society, Omicron Chapter Presents its 2009 Fall Lecture “Building the Hyperlinked Library” By Michael Stephens, Ph.D. Thursday, November 19, 2009 Alexander Library, Pane Room, 1st Floor 7:00 PM Reception, followed by Lecture at 7:30 Contacts: Melissa Hofmann: email@example.com Marie Radford: firstname.lastname@example.org
A few days after I delivered my keynote at the Australian School Library Association, I received a wonderful email from Lyn Walsh. She asked permission to adapt the presentation for her work with the Amata Anangu School. Because my talks are all CC licensed I told her to go right ahead – with the stipulation she help me out with a blog post as well. It’s a good reminder to me – and maybe others – that while we can talk all day about shiny new tools there are some schools and students who are in very different circumstances. I’m […]
PNS on an ipod/iphone using Prowl, originally uploaded by jblyberg. John Blyberg demos notifications sent using a Growl client to an iPhone.
Another opportunity to contribute: Invitation to Participate My name is Cherri Shelnutt, and I am a PhD candidate in the School of Library and Information Studies at Texas Woman’s University. I would sincerely appreciate your help as I conduct research for my dissertation on “An Exploration of the Experiences of Pioneering Online Library and Information Science Graduate Students: A Mixed Methods Study of Students in the 1990s.” Why is this study being done? The purpose of this mixed methods study is to explore and describe the experiences of students as they participated in LIS online graduate courses in ALA-accredited programs […]
Just got an email about this. Will be good to see the results. I am conducting research for my book Effective Blogging for Libraries (working title), from Neal-Schuman as part of its forthcoming Tech Set series created by Ellyssa Kroski. The book is almost complete, but I need your help! I am looking to find out what has and has not worked with library blog(s). I appreciate your spending a few minutes to complete the following questions. You will see up to 11 questions. You have the option of remaining anonymous. If you have any questions, please contact me directly […]
Thanks to all who attended and to those who are hosting me here in Townsville. Great group to talk with! Slides are here: http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/239835/QPLAChangeChallengeStephens.pdf
09/24/09, originally uploaded by Hidden Peanuts. Chad Haefle writes: My iPod Touch has become pretty indispensible in my daily life. I totally understand. I did not get a data plan for the Australia trip because CAVAL supplied me with an Internet dongle via Vodaphone. I am seriously missing all the things I can do with my iPhone: maps, searching, etc. Indispensible. Indeed.
Slides here: http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/239835/TechTrendsASLA.pdf
Thanks to everyone who attended the keynote. I’m rushing off to my next session but I wanted to take advantage of the wifi an upload the presentation. The slides are here: http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/239835/HyperlinkedSchoolLibASLA.pdf