the future of libraries in the digital age
I'm launching a new blog this week and I hope you'll visit. It's called LibraryStream.
My plan is to use this blog to follow the course of social software in general and its value to libraries specifically. I’m the system trainer at a large public library system in the Pacific Northwest, a social web participant, and an avid reader. I hope I can marshall all those hats into an interesting blog.…
Posted on October 8, 2007 at 11:45pm
Interest in the social web at our library steadily grows. Each time Susan and I teach our Social Web Literacy survey class, we hear about a couple more staff members who have picked up personal interests in blogging, photo-sharing, social cataloging, or some other form of networking.
This week, based on a request from a reference librarian who had attended our social web survey class, I started teaching an in-depth look at LibraryThing. The aim of the class is to delve quite a bit…Continue
Posted on July 16, 2007 at 9:30am — 2 Comments
NOTE: I originally posted this on the ALA Ning, but have since thought that the Library 2.0 Ning is the better place for it. So what follows is kind of a reprint...
Using Michael Stephens' keynote at the Polaris User's Group last October as motivation, we…
Posted on April 3, 2007 at 11:48pm