Libraries, Technology and People by Michael Stephens. Librarian Problems. New Librarians Symposium (or NLS6) I recently attended the New Librarians Symposium, thanks to my workplace who funded the whole trip.
Bethan's information professional blog. Library blogs. Resources for students within the School of Information Studies. Best iPad Apps for Blogging. If you have an iPad tablet device, then you might already be using it to blog with the iPad app for your blogging application, such as the WordPress mobile app.
However, there are many iPad apps that can make blogging easier, faster, and better. Following are 10 of the best iPad apps for blogging that you should try. Keep in mind, some of these iPad apps are free, some offer free and paid versions (with additional features), and some come with a price tag. All of the iPad apps listed below are very popular, but it's up to you to review their features and choose the ones that will best meet your needs at a price you're willing to pay.
20+ Essential Tools and Applications For Bloggers. Blogging can be quite a process.
First you may have to do some research, then put your thoughts together, and of course add any necessary screenshots and images. Let’s not forget the optimization part (SEO, keywords, etc) and sharing your content on the Web so that others will read it and hopefully share it. With all of these steps involved, blogging can be quite time-consuming and many bloggers get burnt out rather quickly doing these things on a daily basis. American Libraries Live. Phil Bradley's weblog. There's been lots of discussion in blogs and on Twitter about Getty's offer to make images available supposedly for 'free'.
The only problem is that they're not free, as Karen Blakeman points out in her blog post on the subject. While on the surface of it, it seems to be a lovely kind gesture, I would caution anyone who is thinking of using the service to consider it very carefully. On their website Getty says "Getty Images is leading the way in creating a more visual world. Our new embed feature makes it easy, legal, and free for anybody to share our images on websites, blogs, and social media platforms. " Swiss Army Librarian.
Imagination>knowledge — thinking is more interesting than knowing, but less interesting than looking (Goethe) REAL PUBLIC LIBRARIAN. Librarian in Black – Sarah Houghton. 025.431: The Dewey blog. LISZEN: Library Blog Search Engine « Library Zen. Wanting to find out what other librarians are saying about Library 2.0?
Or perhaps you can’t remember who talked about “Fighting the Stereotypes!” A few weeks ago. Welcome to the search engine for librarians! I’ve been slaving away, taking links from LISWIKI and importing them to Google Co-op. The result is a custom search engine that sifts through 530 individual blogs. New Stephen's Lighthouse. The T/L Journey. Public Library Services. Hashtags are used in social media to connect people in discussing the same topic, even if they don’t know each other.
For example, during the current test cricket series, people have been commenting using the #ashes hashtag. The British Library uses hashtags for all their exhibitions. Their current exhibition Georgians revealed uses #BLGeorgians to connect promotion, and people talking about the exhibition. We would like to start connecting discussion and images of New South Wales Public Libraries through the use of the suggested hashtag #nswpubliclibraries. The only recorded instance of its use to date is Instagram is a photograph sharing tool. If you or your library is on Instagram you can share photographs (eg events, collections, services and staff) using the hashtag #nswpubliclibraries.
StevenBell.Info. Salem Press - Directory of Library Blog Award Winners. Librarians - Useful links for Librarians (showing 1-8 of 8) Nailing the Library Interview « Mr. Library Dude. Getting that librarian position can be a daunting process.
First, you write your cover letter and resume. On Libraries, Rhetoric, Poetry, History, & Moral Philosophy. You know when someone at Scholarly Kitchen thinks your anti-open access rant is excessive you’ve crossed some sort of threshold.
You also know that when a biologist and a co-founder of the Public Library of Science bothers to give your article a thorough fisking, you have people’s attention. Even Roy Tennant seems a little riled, and he’s usually pretty calm. Jeffrey Beall has managed to publish an anti-open access article in an open access journal that’s so poorly argued that I wonder if he’ll later use the publication as an example of how bad OA publishing can be. The Beall Hoax. Sense & Reference. Flutterings.
It's all about the services. Best Library Blogs - My delicious collection. Inquiring Librarian. Cool Quotes about Libraries, Books, and Knowledge, compiled from Ex Libris. All too often, especially in larger settings, bureaucracy creates tidy little job descriptions into which staff are jailed.
What this mathematically driven system does not take into account is that human beings are complex creatures with more than one ability. Information Activism and library stuff. The Apple Way for Libraries (a Manifesto?)