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Category Archives: Presenting
The Ohio Library Council has announced that they are canceling their annual conference due to low expectations of attendance. The organization surveyed library directors throughout Ohio and determined that most libraries simply don’t have the funds to participate. Is this … Continue reading
The Wikipedia of Public Libraries : A quickie wiki primer, the PLWiki project, and You (pdf) is a presentation by Andrea Mercado, PLA Blog Manager, on wikis and how they can benefit libraries. It contains a link to a request … Continue reading
Libraries facilitate open access to information with open source software is an interesting article posted on Linux.com. I have opened my Open Source Software and Libraries with the same observation that the open source movement and libraries share many of … Continue reading
This list is from Rachel, aka The Liminal Librarian. The comments add a great deal of information beneficial to those of us who present, as well as those of us who organize conferences. At this moment, it is too much … Continue reading