Today’s stories include: mix and mashup contest, open access full-text search engine, #QPLA2011 papers, and more.
- Time to rise up, citizens, and save your libraries | Waikato Times via @socialmediabutt. (BoK1)
- ‘Search upgrade for libraries‘- Kōtui in Marlborough via @PeepsNetwork. (BoK9)
- Turn The Page: Libraries and doctors join forces (Puke Ariki and New Plymouth) | via @fiemberton. (BoK3)
- Have you bought your ticket to the #lianza11 dinner yet? Don’t miss this fantastic celebration of Kiwiana via @lianzaoffice. (BoK1)
- Creative talent rewarded by National Library’s Mix and Mashup contest via @sallyheroes. (BoK3)
- Doing a library session online – some options considered from @aarontay. (BoK7)
- UK’s first open access full-text search engine to aid research via @aarontay. (BoK4)
- What might kill our profession is not ebooks, Amazon or Google, but a lack of imagination | @rdlankes via @sallyheroes. (BoK9)
- Online Platforms Begin to Test the Market for University Press E-Books via @myleejoseph. (BoK8)
- My paper (A tweet read: readit2011 a twitter based reading group) from #QPLA2011 is available with slides from @ellenforsyth. (BoK3)
- My #QPLA2011 paper (Are you a roving-with-mobile-devices-librarian?) is now available from @alisontsv. (BoK4)
These stories are a hand-picked selection of the many being tweeted by a number of top quality library heroes I follow on Twitter.