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Personal Learning Webinar at WebJunction

I'll be hosting a Learning Webinar at WebJunction on December 5th at 2pm Eastern: We'll look at integrating all these cool Web 2.0 applications into your own Personal Learning Environment. Join Us!

Posted on November 10, 2007 at 9:33pm

2.0 Listmania

Good post from Josh Catone of the Read/WriteWeb on Keeping Tabs on Web 2.0:

  • eConsultant: Web 2.0 Directory - It appears not to have been updated in nearly a year, and is (hopefully) the only inclusion on this list that's not up-to-date. But because eConsultant's massive list is categorized so well, it is…

Posted on June 26, 2007 at 12:55pm — 1 Comment

Free Library-related eLearning sites

I'm working on some class material and thought I'd share this list of free online courses I'm putting together...


Posted on June 12, 2007 at 11:10am — 11 Comments

Nice Article on Developing a Wiki Community

We like to work together, just for the pleasure of building something. That’s why I believe in wikis, because wikis are a pure expression of our generosity, our passion, and our strange, quirky enthusiasms.

See more Tips On Developing A Wiki Community by Danny Horn via

Posted on June 7, 2007 at 3:19pm

Those crazy kids! New Streaker in the Library Video

The University of Tennessee at Knoxville Hodges Library had quite a bit of excitement yesterday. As of this morning, there are several versions of this posted at youtube. Library pranks are nothing new, but it seems like an upward trend. I certainly see them more frequently at youtube these days. Perhaps I'm just paying more attention, not sure...

Anyone else see a bit of a 2.0…


Posted on May 2, 2007 at 1:32pm

WebJunction's Technology Competencies

I'm really excited to see that WebJunction, OCLC's portal for all things technology-related in libraries, has just published a new document titled "Public Access Computing Technology Competencies." Our own… Continue

Posted on April 24, 2007 at 10:32am — 1 Comment

Love Your Library? $10,000 to be Awarded to Video Depicting 'Library Love'

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- This week (April 15-21) is National Library Week, an observance celebrating the contributions of our country's libraries and librarians. What better time to demonstrate the many reasons why you love your library!

In honor of National Library Week 2007, Thomson Gale is launching librareo (, an online community for…


Posted on April 16, 2007 at 10:04am

Reaching That 9%

How can we get to Library 2.0 if we still have staff members who don't know Web 1.0?

I held a staff training class this morning for basic web mail. Designed for the beginner user, I'm hoping to catch those employees who have fallen through the 'digital divide' and are not communicating through email. Pew Internet Studies say that 91% of the population…


Posted on April 11, 2007 at 2:17pm — 6 Comments

Paradise by the (Digital) Dashboard Light

What's your homepage? Is it giving you all the information you want and need at a glance? A digital dashboard is a user interface that, somewhat resembling an automobile's dashboard, organizes and presents information in a way that is easy to read[1]. Using RSS feeds, you can customize your dashboard infinitely. When set as your homepage you can quickly catch up with your…


Posted on April 5, 2007 at 11:28am

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At 11:06pm on May 25, 2009, Mike McQueen said…
Hi Marianne,
I'm a teacher librarian & recently started a community based blog for getting boys to read - Please send me a friend request if you'd like to network, share ideas, and learn more about getting boys to read.

Mike McQueen

LET'S NETWORK HERE TOO (request me as a friend):
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At 11:05am on July 6, 2007, Katie Brown said…
Thank you for the invite. Cheers!
At 3:39pm on June 28, 2007, Memo Cordova said…
Hi Marianne - Twas great seeing you at the Front Page ;-) Thanks for the add!
At 6:58pm on May 31, 2007, Lorrie Ann Butler said…
Good to be your friend. So great to hear and see more from fellow 'librarians' who love their job!

I am going to try and checkout your presentation at ALA.
At 3:17pm on May 10, 2007, Daniel Berdaner said…
Hi there...just pasing by and saying "Hi.."
Are you still planning on been at the DC Conference?
talk later and write back!! :-)
At 10:21am on April 5, 2007, Lisa Nash said…
Thanks for the add, Marianne. Your job sounds pretty good I've had a bit of involvement in the last year in training staff on our current library system reports function and I've really enjoyed it. But currently I'm enjoying exploring Web 2.0 the most and seeing how I can utilise different things in my library.

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