Thursday, April 21, 2011

I viewed using the PLCMLC2 account. One of the more interesting sites is Online Reference, a best practices wiki which gives many links to online reference services such as IM and SMS.


I created a Rollyo with the topic: Crime and Punishment study guides. Here's a link to a search of Rodion, the novel's protagonist.:

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Library Thing

Recently added titles:

The Collected Poems of Yesenin in English
How to Talk About Books You Haven't Read
Aunts Aren't Gentlemen
A Nuclear Family Vacation: Travels in the World of Atomic Weaponry
America Eats!: On the Road with the WPA - the Fish Fries, Box Supper Socials, and Chitlin Feasts That Define
Descending the Dragon: My Journey Down the Coast of Vietnam
In a Prominent Bar in Secaucus: New and Selected Poems, 1955--2007

Bush at the door

useful library-related blogs blog about adult fiction and nonfiction blog about cataloging written by Jessamyn West, this is one of the top library blogs offers RSS feeds to most sections of The Library Journal written by Steven Cohen, this blog focuses on new library blogs, new blogging technology, and innovative uses of blogs in libraries written by Jenny Levine, this is another top library blog


Bloglines is a free service that makes it easy to keep up with your favorite blogs and news feeds. With Bloglines, you can subscribe to the RSS feeds of your favorite blogs, and Bloglines will monitor updates to those sites. You can read the latest entries easily within Bloglines.

Your library is on the phone

The AccessMyLibrary iPhone app is now available. Now it is easy to bring your library to your users. You can boost usage by encouraging them to download the AccessMyLibrary mobile app from Gale. AccessMyLibrary uses GPS to find public libraries within a 10-mile radius of the user's location, then gives them free, unlimited access to your reputable, authoritative Gale online resources—without the need to authenticate.