Today’s stories include: ebook tour in Greater Wellington, Israel’s National Library online, ethnographic research in libraries, and more.
- Yay! I’m a huge fan of eaudiobooks: Infoshare libs in BOP launch free audio ebook collection by @RotoruaLibrary. (BoK4)
- Wendy (@aklibrarytour) visits Point Chevalier Library. (BoK3)
- Libraries showcasing ebooks next week via @sallyheroes. (BoK2)
- Israel’s National Library puts collection online – English lang website is here via @sallyheroes. (BoK2)
- Wow!: Library Phantom Sculptor Returns (Edinburgh, Scotland) via @myleejoseph. (BoK1)
- Observing users to better support their needs: Towards ethnographies of the next-gen catalogue user via @myleejoseph. (BoK10)
- Any libs doing this for Xmas?: Penguin is getting into RA business. Personalized book recs via @LibraryJournal. (BoK4)
- Several recommendations for a national public digital library that encourages young children to read via @mattrweaver. (BoK9)
- 4m children in UK do not own a single book, study finds via @jafurtado. (BoK1)
These stories are a hand-picked selection of the many being tweeted by a number of top quality library heroes I follow on Twitter.