Today’s stories include: NDF2011 presentations online, Irish National Library digitisation plans, OverDrive in a school library, and more.
- 102-year-old community library branches out (Mangonui) via @sallyheroes. (BoK3)
- The NDF2011 presentations are now online for your viewing pleasure! via @datalibsam. (BoK2)
- @KiwiLibrarian celebrates success: It’s been a good week, with some awesome kids. (BoK4)
- Library in Kansas offers local historical information in online ketes via @sallyheroes. (BoK5)
- Irish National library digitisation programs via @myleejoseph. (BoK5)
- Top 10 Social Media and Libraries Predictions for 2012 via @Anne6fy. (BoK7)
- These look good: New Choose-Your-Own-Adventure eBooks Read Like Video Games via @PSFK. (BoK1)
- Harvard Libraries restructure (and restructuring in ARL) discussed via @flexnib. (BoK9)
- Details about using OverDrive with ipads in a school library: Growing an e-book library via @ALA_TechSource. (BoK8)
These stories are a hand-picked selection of the many being tweeted by a number of top quality library heroes I follow on Twitter.