Against all odds, I made it to DC for the 2009 Computers in Libraries meeting. I hope to do some posts about the sessions I attend. Wish me luck with my good intentions! And if […]
Coveritlive.com is a pretty nifty (& free) tool to let’s you provide live commentary from an event.Â (Live blogging. blogcasting?) You type your notes into a browser based interface and your commentary is streamed out […]
In a class last week, someone suggested using the the free trading cards generator at bighugelabs.com as a â€˜get to know youâ€™ sort of exercise at the beginning of the school year.Â That got me […]
Not heading to Anaheim for ALA? That doesn’t mean you have to miss out on everything. LITA’s BIGWIG Social Software Showcase web page already has a number of videos and screencasts of presentations posted to […]
I’m in Arlington, Virginia this week for the 2008 Computers in Libraries conference. I had really good intentions ofÂ blogging about the sessions I’d been too.Â But at the end of the day, I’ve just […]
Jenny Levine and Aaron Schmidt put on a great night of gaming at the Computers in Libraries 2008 conference. What a great way to start the conference. There were wii’s and ddr and guitar hero […]
Michael Stephens, John Blyberg and Jen Maney gave a terrific presentation at PLA last week: Â The Cutting Edge: The Latest Information on Web 2.0.Â I wasn’t there, but I watched and listened to the […]
Thanks to Jill Hurst-Wahl for the heads up on the WAMC radio interview about the Library Camp/Unconference held in Syracuse last week. Great interview with Penelope Klein and Jean Sheviak.
The Upstate New York Library Camp was held yesterday and today. Despite bad weather that threatened to nix my trip, I did get to attend most of the first day. And what a great day […]
Registration is now open for the first library unconference in upstate NY, being held in Syracuse on March 4-5. March 4 – Unconference on the Future of Libraries March 5 – Collection Development Conference So […]
NYLINK is once again providing discounted registration to their members. Info on the NYLINK web site.
â€œItâ€™s ok to be beta. Youâ€™re not going to be perfect out of the box. Try it anyway.â€ Wise and encouraging words from a presentation this morning by Joyce Valenza. Joyce was in Saratoga Springs, […]