Today’s stories include: Hamilton City Council decision, LIANZA Advocacy portal, NLNZ’s new research site, and more.
- Hamilton City Libraries’ users react to proposal to cut services via @LibraryPlus. (BoK1)
- UK Designer Kevin McCloud says Hamilton City Council is taking an 18thC approach to library cuts via @lianzaoffice. (BoK1)
- Hamilton City Councillors say no to adult fiction lending fee via @wellreadkitty. (BoK1)
- Exciting news! We’ve just launched our Advocacy Tools portal from @lianzaoffice. (BoK1)
- NZ National Lib Beta, our new search and research site, has just gone live from @AlexArchivists. (BoK3)
- Huge implications for libraries and @PeepsNetwork: Maori Party launches digital policy via @toirakau. (BoK1)
- A Digital Literacy Coalition where libraries are front and centre. Good stats too via @librarianbyday. (BoK4)
- Libraries Change Lives: A New Partnership Helps Indonesian Libraries Bridge Digital Divide via @ericrumsey. (BoK7)
- What do you think? Is imagination a value of the profession? via @sallyheroes. (BoK9)
- Australian public libraries have reinvented themselves (audio) | ABC Radio National via @fiemberton. (BoK1)
- Are they serious?! Warner Video Restricting DVD Sales to Libraries via @ALA_TechSource. (BoK8)
- Libraries for literacy – every day, every way from @slqld via @myleejoseph. (BoK4)
- Do you offer extra “member benefits” at your library? City of Sydney does via @myleejoseph. (BoK3)
These stories are a hand-picked selection of the many being tweeted by a number of top quality library heroes I follow on Twitter.