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iLibrarian

April 9, 2010

iLibrarian is a blog hosted by OEDb (Online Education Database). I came upon this website when searching about widgets a few weeks back and have been keeping track of it ever since. If you browse through the archives it is amazing to see how the posts are relatable to the topics we discuss in this class. This is a site that I recommend for any library staff or student. The blog’s own design layout is an example of social blogging, tagging, and other tools. These if used effectively can be used for improving or marketing library services. The most current posts were about the iPad, Library iPhone applications, Twitter lists, and clouds to name a few.

http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2010/04/

Also, after reading previous posts I was reminded of an on going event at my library system. Three library branches are giving people from the community a chance to share their stories and they get posted online for everyone to see, sounds familiar? This is just another example that goes to show how libraries can take advantage of web 2.0 technologies.

http://www.sdcl.org/peoples-post.html

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