2.0 Tools & Statewide Library Services

Better late than never? My apologies for not posting this sooner, time got away from me – again. The slides are from the forum on “Using Web 2.0 Tools to Deliver Statewide Library Service” at […]

Using Web 2.0 Tools to Deliver Statewide Library Services

On Sept 24th, I’ll be participating in a forum at the 2009 COSLINE (Council of State Library Agencies in the Northeast) meeting. The theme for the conference is the role of technology on delivery of […]

Is There a Place for Media Specialists Who Don’t Know Social Media?

Image via Wikipedia This should be a great discussion!!! Participate live – Thursday night. Join us tomorrow on the Future of Education at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern / 12am GMT (next day) when Joyce […]

Project BudBurst, eBird and Journey North – Is it Spring Yet?

It’s that time of year in my neck of the woods. The snow is deep, the coldest temps are upon us and my mind is obsessed with wondering when the first snowdrops will bloom. And […]

Share Your Social Software Successes!

Michelle Boule, who blogs at A Wandering Eyre, is looking for public and school librarians who have had success overcoming challenges in dealing with social software. If you are a school or public librarian and […]

What are you doing? Twitter what?

I have to admit to a love-hate relationship with Twitter, the microblogging “what are you doing?” tool that many people are, shall we say, twittering about. Some days I love being tuned into all the […]

Social Software Showcase 2008 – ALA

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 […]

Summer Reading Interest Group on ning.com

There’s a new Summer Reading community on ning.com. If you’re not familiar with ning.com, it’s a free service that hosts thousands of special interest groups where members share ideas through discussion forums, photos, videos, etc. […]