Today’s stories include: QR codes, websites, K-12 libraries in the future, crowdsourcing readers’ advisory, mobile reference, and more.
- Our very own Dr. Spencer Lilley will be at Uni of Texas: Does information come with an indigenous flavour? via @sallyheroes. (BoK11)
- “QR codes in the library – an investigative and fun orientation program” from @sallysetsforth. (BoK4)
- Dispatches from #SLA2011: Librarians are horizontal; libraries are vertical from @theREALwikiman.
- Exc content: Seven habits of highly effective library websites (slideshare) via @ALA_TechSource. (BoK3)
- Check out the interview with four librarians imagining what a K-12 library will be like in the future (audio) via @MNLFI2025. (BoK1)
- Not new, but which libraries do this well?: Crowdsource Readers’ Advisory via @LibraryJournal. (BoK7)
- Interesting article incl comments: Are bookshops really doomed? I hope not via @IMBASEorg. (BoK1)
- Just added this to my reading list: “100 Articles every Librarian Should Read” via @libsmatter. (BoK9)
- The Code4Lib Journal – iRoam: Leveraging Mobile Technology to Provide Innovative Point of Need Reference Services via @deborahfitchett. (BoK7)
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