Category: libraries

Not just a lurker anymore!

That’s it, I’m done just lurking. For those of you who don’t know lurking is, in this context it’s when you read blogs but don’t comment on them. Funnily enough, I wrote a blog entry on my library’s blog today, which was deliberately aimed at seeking feedback – in this instance, for our proposed new …

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Learning 2.0 – Week 5 – Online image generators, Library Thing etc

I was going to take a break from this Learning 2.0 – intensive version, but in a moment of weakness, I decided to start the next lesson – image generators and got hooked! I should have known better – this learning 2.0 stuff is fun! Here’s one – the ultimate search for me (nothing wrong …

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12 days of Library 2.0

My boss thought of a great theme for our last blog post for the year, based loosely at the Christmas season, on the 12 days of Christmas. So here’s my personal Library 2.0 achievements for 2006. 1. Got involved in contributing to a second blog (besides my first) – the VALA blog2. Celebrated my first …

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Some more great reads

I have been swamped lately, instead of getting quieter towards Christmas, I seem to be getting busier. So as I have done before, here’s links to some great reading that I just don’t have the time to blog about at present. Internet Librarian has been and gone in Monterey, California. For those of us who …

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Study tour

I’m so excited! I have just been presented with the Margery C. Ramsay award, by the Library Board of Victoria. Stepping back a moment, a bit of background. The Library Board of Victoria, through the State Library of Victoria, offers 2 scholarships each year, in honour of Margery C. Ramsay and Barrett Reid, “two eminent …

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