Sunday, 23 January 2011

What I've been reading in January

Here are the most interesting library-related things I've been reading this month. A lot of these came from people linking to them on twitter, so thanks everyone for sharing the good stuff!

The Wikiman, Blogs Still Work, and other Stuff I Learnt in 2010

The Chronicle of Higher Education, Death by Irony: How Librarians Killed the Academic Library (Interesting...)

BBC, Tech in 2011: Who Knows What's Next?

Allan's Library, Super-Connectors?

Andy Burkhardt, Don't Make It Easy For Them

Girl in the Moon, Together We're Better: Libraries@Cambridge 2011  

The  Wikiman, Libraries at Cambridge Event

Inside Higher Ed, Undergraduates and E-Books: a  Marriage Made with a Shotgun

The Guardian, Library clears its shelves in protest at closure threat 

Use Libraries and Learn Stuff, UK Public Library Closure News 

Associated Press, Review: Library e-books easier, but still hassle 

Mary Hoffman, Libraries again - the Oxford Movement 

Phil Bradley, Library Bumperstickers

Librarian by Day, Top Ten Links 2.3: All About eBooks

And finally, this has nothing to do with libraries but is insanely cute:
Ashley Baccam, Children's Letters to Hogwarts

'Leyundo un libro' by dottur maku on Flickr

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