Library Mashups has been a huge success and has touched so many of you, and now it’s time to start thinking about the second edition! In 2014 Information Today Inc. will be publishing the second edition of Library Mashups entitled More Library Mashups. This edition will have new stories from some of the authors you have come to know from the first edition as well as some new examples. Last [ Read More ]
Archive for the ‘Writing’ Category
I contributed to an upcoming book on writing for librarians entitled Writing and Publishing: The Librarian’s Handbook and that book was just featured in American Libraries – complete with a blurb from me (with one great big typo – how did I miss that???) Check it out: Librarians as Writers (contributor) American Libraries, vol. 40, iss. 6/7, June/July 2009, p.54. [update] I just checked what I originally submitted because I [ Read More ]
Found via LISWire: For Immediate Release For Further Info Contact Debbie Glade Smart Poodle Publishing PO Box 817468 Hollyood, FL 33081 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lillybadilly.com www.smartpoodlepublishing.com 954-328-7465 Announcing the Smart Poodle Publishing “What I Wish Everyone Knew About Librarians” Writing Contest Smart Poodle Publishing knows that librarians can make a world of difference in the lives of readers everywhere from every age and at every reading level! We feel that librarians are [ Read More ]
I just read that Roy will no longer be writing his column for Library Journal – but will continue to blog – an option he didn’t have when he started out 10 years ago. Blogs didn’t exist then either. But since they do now it seems like a fairly good platform for continuing my coverage of all things digital that impact libraries. I can be as timely as I want, [ Read More ]
Sirsi is having a webinar in July with a focus on publishing for library professionals. I’ve been very pleased with previous SirsiDynix Institutes, so if you’re interested in learning about publishing for your profession, make the time to attend. Writing for the Library Profession Date : Jul 10, 2007 Start Time : 11 a.m. Eastern Length : 01:00:00 Do you want to inform and influence your colleagues? Do you have [ Read More ]
If you follow Unshelved then you’ve noticed the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) theme. Well over at Gamecrafters’ Guild you’ll see that my husband is hard at work on his novel, posting excerpts to keep his readers up to date. If you’re participating – check out his profile & progress – if you’re not – it’s still pretty cool to check out :). Just a little plug for my honey [ Read More ]
My most recent article is available in the Nov/Dec Issue of ONLINE Magazine. DIY: Developing Web Applications In House ONLINE Magazine, vol. 30, no. 6, November/December 2006, p.35. Enjoy!
I have updated my Publications & Presentations page to include links to my most recent presentations and the citation for my most recent article. Note that the presentations regarding the Intranet all include links to the Flickr set for screenshots (since I usually do these presentations live on our Intranet – and I can’t share that info with you).
I added a few new pages – and updated some of the old pages. For those of you who only read this blog via RSS, you may not have noticed. On the right menu of this site I have included a link to an About Me page. I used to link to my bio on the Jenkins site – but that is skewed towards what I’ve done for the library [ Read More ]
I mentioned that I was writing another article last week. Well I finished it and sent it in – I don’t know yet if it will be published, but I thought I’d share some of the ideas with you all. I decided to take 2 routes. Route 1 was deciding to get someone in house to handle your library programming projects (versus a contractor) and Route 2 was how to [ Read More ]