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    • 1. Evolving Technologies for Libraries and Librarians
    • 2. Why Technology?
      ALA’s State of America’s Libraries Report 2011 http://tinyurl.com/alasalr2011
      “[t]he technological advances of the past decade – or the past year –– are leading the library community to rethink the very definition of “library,” what one analyst calls “the sense of place, of service, and of community that has characterized the modern library for the last century.””
      Library 101: 101 Resources & Things to Know (RTK)http://www.libraryman.com/blog/101rtk/
      “Today, technology is a powerful driver of change in libraries, and it will stay that way for the rest of your career.”
    • 3. Which Technologies?
      blogs and wikis
      podcasts and webcasts
      RSS
      streaming media
      instant messaging
      virtual conferences
      content management systems
      cloud computing
      social networking
      QR codes
      e-readers and tablet computers
      webscale discovery systems
    • 4. craigslist
      del.icio.us
    • 5. Blogs
      web log
      • library news and updates
      • 6. subject-related blogs and guides
      • 7. tips and suggestions
      • 8. information for staff
    • 10 Librarian Blogs to Read in 2011
      LISNews18 Feb 2011
      All These Birds With Teeth http://birdswithteeth.wordpress.com/
      Forgotten Bookmarks http://www.forgottenbookmarks.com/
      Hack Library School http://hacklibschool.wordpress.com/
      InkDroidhttp://inkdroid.org/journal/
      The LSW Friendfeed Room http://friendfeed.com/lsw
      Musings about librarianship http://musingsaboutlibrarianship.blogspot.com/
      Pegasus Librarian http://pegasuslibrarian.com/
      SearchReSearchhttp://searchresearch1.blogspot.com/
      Screwy Decimal http://www.screwydecimal.com/
      The Undergraduate Science Librarian http://undergraduatesciencelibrarian.wordpress.com/
    • 9. Technology-Related Blogs
      ALA TechSourcehttp://www.alatechsource.org/
      What I Learned Today… http://www.web2learning.net/
      Tame The Web http://tametheweb.com/
      Handheld Librarian http://handheldlib.blogspot.com/
      LITA Blog http://litablog.org/
      blyberg.net http://www.blyberg.net/
    • 10. Hack Library School
    • 11. planet cataloging
    • 12. Briar Cliff University Library
    • 13. Wikis
      collection of interlinked web pages
      allows users to collaborate
      • library news and updates
      • 14. subject guides
      • 15. how-to guides
      • 16. information for staff
      • 17. project collaboration
    • Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki
    • 18. Podcasts and Webcasts
      audio or video content distributed over the web
      streamed or downloaded
      usually thematic
    • 19. Denver Public Library
    • 20. RSS
      Really Simple Syndication
      web feeds
      blogs
      news
      audio
      video
    • 21. Web Conferencing and Virtual Conferences
      webinars
      interactive online workshops
      live or streaming video
      VoIP
      archiving
      whiteboard
      text chat
      desktop sharing
      polls/surveys
    • 22. Webinars
    • 23. Handheld Librarian Online Conference
    • 24. Instant Messaging
      text-based
      real-time
    • 25. Chat with a librarian 24/7
    • 26. Social Networking
      online communities
      common interests or activities
      tagging and saving
      tag clouds
      web-based sharing
      folksonomies
    • 27. PennTags
    • 28. new canaan high school library
    • 29. Content Management Systems
      work flows
      collaboration
      communication
    • 30. Microsoft SharePoint
    • 31. Cloud Computing
    • 32. Streaming Media, Video and Audio Services
      streaming provider
      over the Internet
      audio and video
      servers
      push technology
      on-demand software
    • 33. QR Codes
      photo by Mathieu Plourde
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/mathplourde/4639156283/
    • 34. On the Library’s New Book Shelf
    • 35. In the Stacks!
    • 36. In the Library’s Catalog!
    • 37. Library Tour Using QR Codes
    • 38. Other Non-Library-Related Uses for QR Codes
      on a business card
      on a t-shirt…
      as a tattoo…
      at the cemetery…?!
    • 39. And speaking of mobile…
    • 40. Library Mobile Apps
    • 41. Library Catalog – Mobile Version
    • 42. Next-Generation Library Catalogs and Web-Scale Discovery Systems
      federated searching
      one-box searching
      unified resource management and discovery
      discovery layer
      Aquabrowser(Serials Solutions)
      Encore (Innovative Interfaces)
      VuFind
      EBSCO Discovery Service
      Primo Central Index (Ex Libris)
      Summon Service(Serials Solutions)
      Alma (Ex Libris)
    • 43. Dartmouth College Library’s Web-Scale Discovery System
    • 44. Dartmouth College LibrarySearch Results Screen
    • 45. Kindle
      NOOK
      Sony Reader
      Kobo eReader
      Apple iPad
      Samsung Galaxy Tab
      ARCHOS internet tablet
      iBooks
      Stanza
      BlueFire Reader
      OverDrive
      eBook Readers and Tablet Computers
    • 46. E-Book Readers in Libraries
      photograph by David Stuart
    • 47. Circulating E-Book Readers
    • 48. MIT Libraries
    • 49. MIT Libraries Catalog Record for Kindle
    • 50. Other Digital Services in Libraries
    • 51. Thank you!!! 
      Jennifer Baxmeyer
      Princeton University LibraryRutgers University School of Communication & Information
      jennifer@jenniferbax.net
      http://jenniferbax.net
      http://twitter.com/jenbaxmeyer
      http://friendfeed.com/cellobax
      http://wwwlinkedin.com/in/cellobax
      IM/Skype: cellobax