SWONtech News for June, 2012

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SWONtech News for June, 2012

  1. 1. june 2012
  2. 2. Ohio Ebook Project: Website Redesignhttp://www.ohioebooks.org/
  3. 3. Inkling’s Online Ebooks Texthttps://www.inkling.com/read/professional-chef-cia-9th/chapter-14/ch14-method-in-detail-1
  4. 4. OverDrive: E-reading in the Browser “As with other browser-based systems, OverDrive Read will enable publishers, authors and retailers to benefit from more direct engagement with readers and to gather data about how users are discovering, browsing and selecting eBooks and catalogs through OverDrive global channels.” [Emphasis mine]http://www.teleread.com/library/overdrive-introduces-browser-based-ebook-reader/https://penelopiad-18893a.booki.sh/
  5. 5. Demanding Better Ebook Services • Search and browse a single comprehensive catalog with all of a library’s offerings at once, including all e-books, physical collections, programs, blogs, and donor opportunities. Currently, content providers often only allow searches within the products they sell, depriving users of the comprehensive library experience. • Place holds, check-out items, view availability, manage fines and receive communications within individual library catalogs or in the venue the library believes will serve them best, without having to visit separate websites (libraries, not distributors, should be enabled to manage all interactions with users). • Seamlessly enjoy a variety of e-content. To do this, libraries must be able to choose content, devices and apps from any provider or from multiple providers, without bundling that limits a library’s ability to serve content they purchase on platforms of their choice. • Download e-books that are compatible with all readers, from the Kindle to the Nook to the iPad and so on.http://www.thedigitalshift.com/2012/06/ebooks/top-libraries-in-u-s-and-canada-issue-statement-demanding-better-ebook-services/
  6. 6. Makerspace Projects Texthttp://makerspace.com/projects/sample-projects/http://www.hive13.org/
  7. 7. Badges & BadgeStack Texthttp://www.learningtimes.com/what-we-do/badges/
  8. 8. Mozilla’s “Open Badges” Projecthttps://wiki.mozilla.org/Badgeshttp://yalsa.ala.org/blog/2011/12/20/yalsa-podcast-104-badges-for-lifelong-learning/
  9. 9. Librarians in Metaspace “...aimed at generating newfound excitement for librarianship and increasing the awareness of the many opportunities that an MLS degree can provide.”http://slim.emporia.edu/index.php/new-slim-comic-takes-librarians-into-metaspace/http://slim.emporia.edu/docs/slim_comic.pdf
  10. 10. Dig.CCMixter: Open Licensed-Musichttp://dig.ccmixter.org/about
  11. 11. Verizon’s new Share Everything plan Deal or no deal? Depends on your tablets.http://www.macrumors.com/2012/06/12/verizon-introduces-share-everything-service-plan-for-up-to-ten-devices/
  12. 12. LinkedIn Passwords Leaked Check your password at leakedin.orghttp://shiflett.org/blog/2012/jun/leakedin
  13. 13. Xbox 360 & SmartGlasshttp://www.theverge.com/2012/6/5/3064855/microsoft-xbox-smartglass-preview
  14. 14. The Wii U is Coming The GamePadhttp://www.theverge.com/gaming/2012/6/4/3063175/e3-2012-wii-u
  15. 15. HBO Go? No Cable? Then no Go.http://mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/06/06/hbo-says-no-for-now-to-fans-who-want-a-web-only-option/
  16. 16. Teaching Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) Texthttp://chronicle.com/article/4-Professors-Discuss-Teaching/132125/
  17. 17. “Books Recommended by Me” - largeheartedboy Texthttp://pinterest.com/largeheartedboy/largehearted-boy-approved-books/http://blog.largeheartedboy.com/
  18. 18. Libraries in 2020 Thorough run-down of mobile tech, social media, internet search, and reading studies.http://www.slideshare.net/PewInternet/suny-libraries-talk
  19. 19. Chicago: Where to locate a new library? The new library inside the high school — scheduled to open in 2013 — marks the start of what could be a groundbreaking partnership between the Chicago Public Schools and a public library system that absorbed 50 percent of the layoffs in Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s first budget. The library cuts were so great, they prompted the January resignation of longtime Library Commissioner Mary Dempsey. The community library will have its own entrance, teen-only space and public reading garden. It will be open six days a week and staffed during school hours by city librarians working alongside a full-time, CPS teacher librarian responsible for ensuring that the library collection meets the needs of the IB curriculum.http://www.suntimes.com/news/education/13139438-418/library-in-new-back-of-the-yards-hs-to-be-open-to-public.html
  20. 20. Save Troy’s Library How a book burning party saved a libraryhttp://youtu.be/nw3zNNO5gX0http://www.effie.org/winners/showcase/2012/5940
  21. 21. Social Media Meme Me Texthttp://www.journalism.org/index_report/how_pop_tune_became_hottest_social_media_meme
  22. 22. Get Featured in the Press ‣ Negativity – Sad or negative news stories are often newsworthy. ‣ Positivity – Positive stories are also very newsworthy, particularly towards the publications supported agenda (politics for example). ‣ Proximity – Events that happen close to the publications audience are seen as more relevant. ‣ Recency – Events that happened recently are seen as more newsworthy. ‣ Continuity – On-going stories are often newsworthy. ‣ Uniqueness – Events that are unique or shocking are of more newsworthy than events that happen every day. ‣ Simplicity – Simple stories are easier to communicate than complex ones. ‣ Personality – Stories that communicate on a personal level and affect the publications audience are more relevant than those that don’t. ‣ Predictability – Unpredictable events are often more interesting than those that are predictable. ‣ Exclusivity – Exclusive stories everyone interested in the story to a single publication, making the publication more money than if all publications were to feature the story. ‣ Magnitude – Stories that affect a large number of people are considered to be more newsworthy.http://www.themusicvoid.com/2012/06/an-indie-musicians-guide-to-getting-featured-in-the-local-press/
  23. 23. Hello Rdio. (Goodbye Freegal?) Texthttp://evolver.fm/2012/06/06/how-streaming-music-will-change-culture-for-the-better/https://www.cincinnatilibrary.org/resources/rdio.aspx

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