Today’s stories include: digitised journal account of Treaty signing, #VALA2012 keynote, return audiobooks early with OverDrive, and more.
- First-hand account on the signing of the Treaty and discussions. Digitised. Journal notes via @AlexArchivists. (BoK5)
- A NZ rival for Kiwa Media?: Wellington startup @8interactive inspires love of reading via @wcl_Marilyn. (BoK7)
- Are you an introverted librarian who is anxious about networking?: Some solutions | @Mand1can3. (BoK9)
- UK competition to encourage reading: Reading a book adds a year to childrens education via @fentnz. (BoK1)
- Watch Jason Griffey’s #VALA2012 keynote address – “Libraries and the post-PC era” via @flexnib. (BoK9)
- If web-scale discovery is like Google, then why does it require instruction? via @ALA_TechSource. (BoK4)
- Good news! You can now return audiobooks early on some OverDrive apps via @dmirams. (BoK8)
- Pretty convincing: Why you should use Pinterest for your museum, library, or archives via @datalibsam. (BoK7)
These stories are a hand-picked selection of the many being tweeted by a number of top quality library heroes I follow on Twitter.