Monthly Archives: March 2010





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day 3.15: @mstephens7 auf dem bibliothekskongress #bibtag10, originally uploaded by fabi_k. I was honored to participate in the opening day of the Leipziger Kongress für Information und Bibliothek. Thanks to all who attended! Here are the slides: Hyperlinked Library – Kongress View more presentations from Michael Stephens.

Thanks Bibliothekskongress!








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Presentations that ROCK!, originally uploaded by _Marianne. Take a look: http://mlxperience.blogspot.com/2010/03/presentations-that-rock.html I really appreciate the points about telling your story and gathering support. The best presentations synthesize current thinking and discourse shared via passionate, unique story.

Presentations that ROCK!



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This post was written by Kasia Grabowska for last semester’s LIS 768: Library 2.0 & Networking Technologies class. Kasia has allowed me to repost it here. After doing brand monitoring research for the past few weeks, looking closely at Skokie Public Library (and not so closely at several other libraries), I decided to […]

Social Media Best Practices for Libraries: A TTW Guest Post


http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/technology_and_learning/online_education_and_blogging Joshua Kim writes: The best preparation I received for blogging was teaching online. One of the most important elements for running a successful online course involves presence. The instructor must be “present” in the course discussion boards and blogs. Teaching online gave me tons of practice in writing rapid, […]

Online Education & Blogging