Thanks - you flipped the switch that allows responses. With so many people from around the country/world, I think it'll be hard to have a chat with a large number of people.
For me, the creation of all the subgroups led to heavy…"
"Really pleased to see the site is continuing. Thanks to Steve for taking it over.
My feeling is that network sites in general like this are great for hosting/aggregating subject specific information and providing the facility to discuss issues…"
"Y'know, maybe what we need to do is let Library 2.0 penetrate other venues, e.g.:
Library 2.0 Facebook group
Library 2.0 Twitter account
Library 2.0 Feedburner/blog aggregator
Library 2.0 email list
and so on."
"My feeling is that you don't want students to follow you - which implies one way communication. What you have to do is start conversations. Social networking is a way to communicate differently. If you simply have press releases, or even (what…"
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Bob, I'm glad to see this group and to find you on it. I'm currently in the midst of preparing to teach the second phase of a Leadership program for a library in Florida. It has been a lot of fun to work with colleagues to develop leadership skills. They are a great group. Sure miss my friends at NYPL.
Hi Bob, I added two questions to the survey which may make it a bit more meaningful. This is a learning experience for me...I'm considering this survey in the pretest stage, so I'll be continually revamping it. Thanks again for your collaboration.
Bob, because of your comments, I plan on adding these two comments to the survey. Because this is a partial pretest, I will be continually revising the survey. Of course, this doesn't make it valid, but I appreciate everyone's help in being involved in the learning process! Click Here to take survey