This Week in LibraryBlogLand
Week ending 2 April 2006
(Note: This one feels incomplete to me, but, since it's already a day late, I'm going ahead and posting it as is. I hope I didn't miss anything major.)
username3153, a librarian at a multinational pharmaceutical company that is shutting down all its research libraries writes about overseeing the dismantling of her library.
Karen G. Schneider (ALA TechSource) continues her series about How OPACs Suck.
Teresa Koltzenburg (ALA TechSource) writes about the making of the Rock 'n' Roll Library video.
Conference meta: Rick Roche (ricklibrarian) notes that he sometimes had trouble understanding cil2006 blog entries because of all the jargon. Jill Hurst-Wahl (Digitization 101) agrees. Planning a conference? David Warlick (2 Cents Worth) has some ideas about extending your conference into the blogosphere.
CONFERENCE NOTES AND PRESENTATIONS
HigherEd BlogCon:Teaching (April 3-7). [Next: Library & Info Resources, April 10-14].
Computers in Libraries (March 22-24):
- Presentation Links.
- Jill Hurst-Wahl (Digitization 101).
- Paul Miller (panlibus) follows-up on his presentation.
- Dave Hook (Industrial Librarian).
- Blog round-up from Chris Zammarelli (Libraryola). More.
- Andrea Hull (write).
- Info Today blog.
- More bloggers.
- See also the unofficial cil2006 wiki.
- The Technorati, del.icio.us and Flickr tag is "cil2006."