Today’s stories include: robolibraries, Archives New Zealand, lip service to user needs, and more.
- A fabulous story: Writing around Southland | @PeepsNetwork. (BoK3)
- Two new products: EPIC – Re-subscription, new additions, trial & updates | @EPICNZlibs. (BoK8)
- BYOD and implications for school libraries | @L2_S2S. (BoK9)
- Fabulous post by Chris Adam, Regional Archivist at Archives New Zealand Christchurch Office via @MonzaGT. (BoK9)
- Agree? Generally, yes. I do. “…a library culture that gives lip service to user needs…” via @thewhaanga. (BoK3)
- Has any Australia or NZ lib considered these?: Robolibraries rolling out in suburbs via @dmirams. (BoK3)
- It’s time to move beyond talk: On My Mind: The Conversation Continues @ your library | @amlibraries. (BoK9)
- Great take on new librarianship from a new librarian via @rdlankes. (BoK1)
- Well dissected: Should Libraries Get Out of the eBook Business? | @librarianbyday. (BoK8)
Yesterday I listened to an interview with Andy Woodworth, a New Jersey public librarian who blogs at Agnostic, Maybe.
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