• http://www.davidleeking.com/ david lee king

    testing

  • http://www.davidleeking.com david lee king

    testing

  • http://www.davidleeking.com/ david lee king

    one more

  • http://www.davidleeking.com david lee king

    one more

  • http://roycekitts.blogspot.com/ royce

    I thought the coolest thing about that day was meeting the DLK and Josh Neff.

  • http://roycekitts.blogspot.com royce

    I thought the coolest thing about that day was meeting the DLK and Josh Neff.

  • Wil Peters

    Her comment, “It’s a holistic process, and one that may ultimately involve increased efforts to make the library a more central feature in the community where people come to gather — in person, and online.” To me this is revolutionary thought, in a very good way. This is exciting, and why ? (clue is her use of “holistic”) In my academic library, what better way to invite staff who are isolated from each other in trad. static job definitions; who have no overall sense of library team; who are not challenged to think creatively, –lib 2.0 appears as a conceptual frame wherein we ( in this library at least) might do something like rethink what it is to be a library, and how we can recreate it and our job sense as well…

  • Wil Peters

    Her comment, “It’s a holistic process, and one that may ultimately involve increased efforts to make the library a more central feature in the community where people come to gather — in person, and online.” To me this is revolutionary thought, in a very good way. This is exciting, and why ? (clue is her use of “holistic”) In my academic library, what better way to invite staff who are isolated from each other in trad. static job definitions; who have no overall sense of library team; who are not challenged to think creatively, –lib 2.0 appears as a conceptual frame wherein we ( in this library at least) might do something like rethink what it is to be a library, and how we can recreate it and our job sense as well…