Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Librarian 2.0—that's me!

Or, it will be in the future, anyway. Today's job-related training event was at the lovely Willmar Public Library, with Michael Stephens all about Library 2.0. I benefitted from being the youngest person in the room, since I'd heard of almost everything he brought up as a way to reach users and potential users of libraries. From MySpace to flickr to last.fm to podcasts to RSS to blogs, I was thinking, "Yeah, that would work..." or "Yeah, that would be easy to do..."

Of course, once I got home, I subscribed to bloglines and went to putting all my daily reads into it. Easy and will save me time, no doubt. Hence the new bloglines link on this site. I guess I didn't realize before how all these things I use for myself that make life more fun, interesting, and keep me connected with people could be used at work for work purposes. But they can, and that's all Library 2.0 is. Taking this stuff people use on the web and saying, hey, libraries can use this stuff, too, and that will connect us with young people and really anyone on the web with a web browser and maybe AOLIM.


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