Library advocacy… In stop motion

I want to share this library advocacy stop motion video with you.
In 70 seconds it shows some of the great stuff the library offers – and yes… It IS starring a cat as important supporting actor.

The movie is made by awesome librarian, upcoming stop motion director and good friend Christian Lauersen . Enjoy!

Newest version of 23 Mobile Things is from Philippines and Singapore – Video Greeting

It is privilege to see new versions of 23 Mobile Things living and thriving world wide. The number of people in the library field that is learning together about mobile technology and using this technology to deliver library services to their communities is growing. Thank you to all the learners and organisers keeping this program alive and making it better all the time.

Thank you Joan and Karyll for the great version for Philippines and Singapore.

There and back again: 23 Mobile Things

There and back again: 23 Mobile Things | 23 Mobile Things.

Right now a lot of people are doing the Singapore, Philippines version of the 23 Mobile Things program. This is a guest post by Kathryn Barwick, Mylee Joseph and me for the awesome new program with a greeting to all the learners. Follow the link to see how the Singapore, Philippines are rocking 23 Mobile Things…

The Library is the Hummingbird

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I am proud to be featured with this article in the first edition of “The Library Effect. The goal of The Library Effect is to share stories about the many facets of library activities — and their outcomes — with a general audience.

Please visit The Library Effect to read the rest of my article – and find out why I believe the library is the hummingbird.

Originally posted on The Library Effect:

The legend of the hummingbird reminds me of all the amazing things libraries do every day to support healthy communities and to empower the citizens within them:

One day, a long time ago in a faraway place, or so the legend goes, there was a huge forest fire raging the countryside. The animals were terrified. They were running around, screaming, crying and helplessly watching the impending disaster.

In the middle of the flames, and above the cowering animals, was a tiny hummingbird busy flying from a small pond to the fire, each time fetching a few drops with its beak to throw on the wild flames. It kept repeating this over and over and over again.

After a while, an old grouchy armadillo, annoyed by this ridiculous useless agitation on the part of the hummingbird, cried out: “Little bird! Don’t be a fool. It is not with those miniscule drops…

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23 Mobile Things – Exploring the potential of mobile tools for delivering library services – at #lib2013

My first time presenting at an online conference was this years awesome Library 2.013. It was a lot of fun and I would love to do more online presentations. If you use Blackboard you can see the recorded version of my presentation here 

Here are my slides:

and links to presentation and video Greetings from Mylee Joseph and Abigail Willemse

Michael Stephens video about learning 2.0 and research results from 23 mobile things

Mylees Video presentations
Mylee Joseph and Katrhyn Barwick Slides
Hello from Mylee
Breaking the tether of the PC
Mobile friendly
Who what where

Abigails Video presentation – Greetings from #anz23mthings
Introduction & how we did the course
How we run our course
Collaboration for the course
Thanks & conclusion

23 Mobile Things – My slides from #ili2013

I was proud to present at this years Internet Librarian International in London, England about 23 Mobile Things. I had Michael Stephens and Mylee Joseph join me via video and had an absolutely wonderful time at this conference.

I was also proud to moderate a session and to be on the closing plenary with Donna Saxby and Marydee Ojala. Thank you all of you – and thanks for sharing you knowledge at your presentations and between sessions. Here are my slides:

Here is a link To Michael Stephens video.

Here is Mylee Joseph & Kathryn Barwicks slides

World wide thoughts of a Danish librarian

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