Category: Library 2.0

Information Online 2007 – Day 1 – Third Session

Dr R David Lankes from the Information Institute of Syracuse delivered the afternoon keynote on the Changing face of service. We are integrated library services – youth, cataloguing, reference, preservation, IT, instruction etc. We don’t necessarily fit together well, but we know we are a profession. Service is more than reference and far from the …

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Learning 2.0 – Week 4 – RSS and News Readers

Yes I know its only been a day since I blogged on Week 3, but I’m fast and I’m trying to catch up! I love RSS feeds. I already have feeds to about 50 blogs coming into Thunderbird, my email client (same guys did the Firefox browser, which I also love). I have also set …

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Learning 2.0 – Week 3 – Flickr

Narre Desk Originally uploaded by tang02. So what happened to week 2? Well my previous post was week 1 and week 2 together. So here we are at week 3, exploring Flickr. After reestablishing my Flickr account, which only held my Librarian Trading card, I did some quick uploading of photos from my computer – …

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Learning 2.0 – Beginning the journey

Sometimes its useful to go back to basics, especially if you think you know more than you do. Me being a case in point. I have been blogging for over a year, have used various Web 2.0 sites etc and got very excited about PLCMC’s Learning 2.0, but thought I knew enough and didn’t join …

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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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