Tag Archives: EBSCO

Week 36,37,38, & 39: Blockchain Is The Technology Behind The Next Generation Of The Internet, Human Centered Design Is Gaining Popularity In Libraries, Join The “Library 2.016: Libraries of the Future” Mini-Conference,Only 17% of Adult Americans Are Digital Ready, EBSCO Develops Stacks, A Turnkey Web Content Management System for Public Libraries

Blockchain Is The Technology Behind The Next Generation Of The Internet ( Library Blogs Buzz Weekly) “What is the blockchain? In this TED talk Don Tapscott is  “demystifying this world-changing, trust-building technology which, he says, represents nothing less than the … Continue reading

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Week 14,15,16,& 17 : Open Libraries : Self Service Libraries – The Danish Way, Flipster®, EBSCO’s New Boopsie Integrated Mobile Platform, Data USA Visualizes US Government Open Data, Libraries Transforming Communities Initiative, ALA and Google Announced Libraries Ready to Code Project, The Rise Of Pirate Libraries

Open Libraries : Self Service Libraries – The Danish Way ( Library Blogs Buzz) The Open Library is a radical concept of opening the library for self-service hours to customers beyond the official hours of service. “In Denmark 86 out … Continue reading

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Week 5,6,7 & 8: New eBooks Commitments To The ConnectED Library Challenge, Adobe Digital Editions Now Available for iPad and Macs, Kindle Convert Turns Scans of Your Books Into Kindle Books, W3C Publishes First Draft of Data on the Web Best Practices,

New eBooks commitments to the ConnectED Library Challenge  (Library Blogs Buzz) “Today, building on the progress made to date, at the Anacostia Library in Washington, D.C., the President will announce two new efforts to strengthen learning opportunities by improving access to … Continue reading

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Week 48: Association of Research Libraries 2012-2013 Statistical Reports, Kindle Software Update Lets You Share Your Books With A Partner,NYC Offering Super Fast Wi-Fi in 2015,Overview of Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums

Association of Research Libraries Publishes Three 2012-2013 Statistical Reports (New Stephen’s Lighthouse) The Association of Research Libraries  ( ARL) published three reports on collections, expenditures, personnel, and services in the 125 member libraries, 73 law and 60 health libraries. Engines For Change: Libraries … Continue reading

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Week 19,20,21,22: Multnomah starts ” Personal Librarian”,Google Builds Classroom, Chicago Public Libraries Lends Robots, Self Publishing Authors With New Platform: SELF-e

Fargo Brings An Outliner to Your Browser (LLRX) Fargo is an outliner, notepad, todo list, project organizer and it works in your browser by storing the Fargo files in your Dropbox. Oregon: Multnomah County Public Library Begins “Personal Librarian” Book Recommendation Service (INFOdocket) Kudos to Multnomah … Continue reading

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Week 14,15,16,17 &18: Innovative Acquires Polaris,Paul Ryan Recommends Eliminating IMLS, Boundless -New Cloud Based eTextbooks Platform, Serendipity Searches Linked Data

Part Siri, Part Google Now: Microsoft Announces “Cortana” Virtual Assistant ( Search Engine Land) Cortana is the new Microsoft virtual assistant, in close competition with  Apple’s Siri and Google Now. Innovative Interfaces Acquires Polaris Library Systems ( INFOdocket ) The presence of Innovative Interfaces in the public library … Continue reading

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Week 1,2,3 & 4: EBSCO With Communication Source, Microsoft Renames SkyDrive,Cool Raspberry Pi Projects,Verizon, You Don’t Own The Internet

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