Free! Camtasia Studio Screencasting Software

Saw this on LISNews today. Techsmith is offering a free download of an older version of Camtasia Studio (version 3). Their free downloads usually expire after a 30 day trial, but now they’re offering a […]

Giving thanks

Thanksgiving is almost over here in the US. Like many others, I ate way too much food today and have tons of leftovers. And like many other librarians who have already blogged their thanks, I […]

Linda’s Animoto video of Tech Camps

Hey tech campers! Linda did a terrific video with photos from all the tech camp sessions. She used Animoto to create it. Give it a whirl with your own photos. This would be a fun […]

“It’s ok to be beta.” – Joyce Valenza workshop

“It’s ok to be beta. You’re not going to be perfect out of the box. Try it anyway.” Wise and encouraging words from a presentation this morning by Joyce Valenza. Joyce was in Saratoga Springs, […]

Class: Taste of 2.0: Meeting Community Needs

Today’s class was an intro to 2.0 topics. We talked a lot about web 2.0 and library 2.0. And then dove into trying out some 2.0 tools and considering how they can be used in […]

Storytelling, Slide Sharing and WebSlides

At the school library tech camp session last weekend, some of us got talking about using Web 2.0 tools for digital storytelling. I decided to play with a few tools and create a new page […]

2.0 Outreach – Diversity Fair

The New York Library Association’s Ethnic Services Roundtable held a Diversity Fair today. Organized by Zahra Baird, there were poster sessions highlighting library services to diverse communities. My poster was on using 2.0 tools to […]

NYLA 2007 misc.

NYLA 2007 is almost over. One more day of programs. It’s been a terrific conference. Lots of good programs and events. Met tons of interesting people, met up with lots of friends, enjoyed some good […]