Today’s stories include: SOPA and what it means for NZ, promoting ereaders and ebooks, digital literacy in universities, and more.
- Te Ropu Whakahau (Maori librarians) are having their annual hui/conference. Follow the hashtag #trw12 via @sallyheroes. (BoK1)
- Library as ‘lounge of the city’: neat article on @pncitylibrary via @ChristchurchLib. (BoK9)
- @deborahfitchett has 2 exc SOPA articles & what it means for NZ: The opportunity, the law via @sallyheroes. (BoK1)
- Excellent way to promo ereaders and ebooks at the library: E-book readers: Look Ma No Hands! | @ChristchurchLib. (BoK7)
- The National Archives on Twitter via @AlexArchivists. (BoK7)
- I quite liked these, but @davidleeking thinks otherwise. And you?: “Hey Milwaukee, You’re Doing it Wrong!” via @TheLiB. (BoK3)
- Share your awesomeness: Library Awesome! | @vonburkhardt via @janholmquist. (BoK3)
- Aiming for outright ownership: Douglas County Libraries Erects Legal Framework for Ebook Purchases via @LibraryJournal. (BoK8)
- The SCONUL project is looking at the role university libraries play in developing digital literacy via @sallyheroes. (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.