Roughly speaking, that is. Your faithful organizers — Janice Cooper, Dee Venuto, Andy Woodworth, Alice Yucht & Sophie Brookover — have been working on a schedule for the Unconference. It’s still subject to change, but here’s what we’re going with … Continue reading
Turning the page on paper? interesting article from MyCentralJersey.com.
LibraryLinkNJ–The New Jersey Library Cooperative just hosted noted social media expert Meredith Farkas’ talk on practical applications of mobile technologies in libraries. The webinar, called The Library In Your Pocket, is now available to be viewed as an archived recording … Continue reading
Easy, quick, and free . . . who could ask for anything more? QR codes show up everywhere from coupons to billboards and School Library Media Specialists are using them in dynamic ways to engage students, push information to patrons, … Continue reading
Douglas County Libraries Erects Legal Framework for Ebook Purchases, With Assist From Mary Minow — The Digital Shift. via Legal Framework for Ebook Purchases.
One of the best characteristics of this un-conference is that it is forcing me out of my comfort zone to approach new concepts/ideas in a fairly comfortable, non-threatening environment. For instance, posting to a blog is not something I’ve always … Continue reading
We Live in a Mobile World – Room for Debate – NYTimes.com. great piece by Will Richardson.