Tag Archives: Wi-Fi HotSpot

Week 18,19,20,21 & 22: Using Community Organizing Systems, YALSA Starts Professional Learning Series, ALA advises on Adoption Of 3D Printers, New Gale Interactive Science Database, Darien Public Library With Groundbreaking Catalog

COMPUTERS IN LIBRARIES: Using Community Organizing Systems to Reimagine Library Websites (Information Today) Patrick “PC” Sweeney reviews the benefits of NationBuilder, a community organizing system (COS) that is designed to be one stop place to manage the library’s mass mailing, events, … Continue reading

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Week 50: NYPL Expands Free Wi-Fi Loan Program,IMLS Announces New Funding Opportunities, 3D Scanning, Center for Research Libraries Offers Revised LIBLICENSE Model License Agreement

Pew: The Next Library and the People Who Will Use It ( New Stephen’s Lighthouse) If 30% of the customers in Lee Rainie’s survey dont know much or nothing at all of what their libraries offer, we all have a lot … Continue reading

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Week 28,29,30,31,32: Google Maps Lets You Measure Distances, Sandusky Library In Ohio Lends Wi-Fi Hotspots and Roku, Toronto Public Looking Into Opening Toronto Toronto Music Library, Overdrive Will Stream Videos With Pay-Per-Checkout, Unlimited Space on Google Drive For 10$ A Month, Amazon Tests “Kindle Unlimited” for $9.99

Google Maps Update Lets You Measure Distance, Draw Crude Pictures ( TechCrunch) Google Maps now allows you to right-click on any map and select “Measure Distance” to start adding travel desinations and  offering up distances for each of them. Ohio: Sandusky Library … Continue reading

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