Aaron Tay's Blog – May 2010 Archive (3)

Libraries and Google Calender

Google calender is a top notch online calender with many powerful features (see overview). One of the most important feature is that libraries can offer library events as public google calenders, and users who add that to their google calenders can get free SMS reminders (this works worldwide!) In this post, I will review how libraries have being using Google… Continue

Added by Aaron Tay on May 15, 2010 at 4:01am — No Comments

Using RSS feeds to distribute library news - 6 ways



Okay, I'm a big fan of RSS feeds, many of the posts here involve manipulating or consuming RSS feeds in some form, and social media is essentially tied to RSS. "Aggregating

sources for academic research in a web 2.0 world"
is probably my

most popular post on how to consume RSS feeds from various sources. "…

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Added by Aaron Tay on May 15, 2010 at 3:30am — No Comments

What are mobile friendly library sites offering? A survey.

Everyone knows mobile is hot now, and many libraries are scrambling to add mobile friendly pages. Currently the most complete listing of libraries with mobile sites can be found at the Library Success Wiki site , which lists over 40 such sites.



I thought it would be helpful to look at these 40+ sites to see what… Continue

Added by Aaron Tay on May 15, 2010 at 3:30am — No Comments

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