Daily Archives: November 10, 2007

Noted briefly

Jon Udell: “In an online world of small pieces loosely joined, librarians are among the most well qualified and highly motivated joiners of those pieces. Library patrons, meanwhile, are in transition. Once mainly consumers of information, they are now, on … Continue reading

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Web design on a dime

Web design on a dime – Sarah Houghton-Jan’s presentation from Internet Librarian. Too much to quote here, but talks about what your users expect, and how the library’s website needs to be treated like it is its own branch of … Continue reading

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Subject guides 2.0? One day, maybe….

Meredith Farkas has a long, interesting post on her project to develop her library’s online subject guides: You could hardly call these things subject guides; they were just a bunch of Web links in different areas. Some were more useful … Continue reading

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