Sunday, 1 July 2012

What I've been reading in June

Save Libraries

Ruthie Saylor, The night they came to arrest the library

Rita Meade, Where Would You Be Without Your Library? (Brought a tear to my eye!) 

Anita Pati, Country dancing and learning support: the new face of the council library

Alison Flood, Ed Vaizey says libraries 'thriving' and rejects prediction of 600 closures

Ian Anstice, Special report: Ed Vaizey's most important speech since he took office


OnlineUniversities blog, 10 Reasons Why Students Aren't Using eTextbooks

Pew Internet, Libraries, Patrons and E-books: Libraries in Transition

Bobbi Newman, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (and the Interesting) of Libraries and eBooks - Pew's Latest Report


#uklibchat, Libraries and Leadership [Storify]

Nicola Franklin, Some thoughts on leadership and management 

Simon Barron, We're all leaders now 

Library design, space management etc.

#uklibchat, Library Spaces and Space Management 12th June 2012 [Storify]

Jonathan Shaw, The Library Test Kitchen

Information Literacy

#uklibchat, Summary - 26th June: Information Literacy & Needs

Steve Wheeler, Blogging as literacy 

John Tedesco, How to solve impossible problems: Daniel Russell's awesome Google search techniques

Meredith Farkas, Broad vs. deep in information literacy instruction 


Ian Clark, Lighting the Future - a personal perspective ("I say you should grumble and grumble loudly.  And not just grumble, actually try to do something about it.")

John Kirriemuir, Don't shush me, I'm tweeting the speaker


Leo Casey, How to Write a Literature Review for a Dissertation 

Literature Review HQ, 3 Great Methods to Structure Your Literature Review

Reading by Rachel Sian on Flickr

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