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  1. More on the Gaming Symposium at American Libraries

    By Daniel A. Freeman | Greg Landgraf at American Libraries has some outstanding coverage of the symposium over at AL Inside Scoop. You can read his detailed and comprehensive coverage symposium events here, here, here and here. ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  2. More Than Just a Game...

    By Daniel A. Freeman | My parents never bought me a Nintendo when I was a kid. They had this crazy idea that reading was the best way for me to learn and entertain myself, so I had to go over to my neighbors house when I wanted to play The Legend of Zelda ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  3. Internet Librarian 2008

    By Jason Griffey | There could hardly be a nicer conference location than Monterey, CA in the Fall. The weather is gorgeous, the town is walkable, and there is a plethora of tourist activities ranging from the phenomenal Monterey Aquarium to the local bea ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 17:53 - Professional Tools

  4. The ALA TechSource Gaming, Learning and Libraries Symposium is Coming Up

    By Daniel A. Freeman | It's not too late to attend the 2008 ALA TechSource Gaming, Learning, and Libraries Symposium! This special event, which takes place in the Chicago area from November 2-4, will feature many of the leading voices in gaming today ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  5. Dispatch From the LITA Forum

    By Daniel A. Freeman | Greetings from Cincinnati, the Queen City! After my bad flight experience in Anaheim, it was nice to be able to hop in the car and head to a conference that’s just a few hours away from home in a city that I know quite well (my fian ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  6. Information Overload: the Tooth Fairy of the Internet

    By Kate Sheehan | I never quite got the hang of believing in Santa. Flying reindeer seemed suspect to me, but the real problem I had was the speed at which he made it around the world, in and out of all those houses and back in a single night. Even accoun ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  7. Fractional Dimensions

    By Tom Peters | When I was in grade school in the 1960s, we learned the basics about dimensions...it must have been in math class. It seemed like every math teacher I had used an overhead projector with water-soluble colored pens as a pedagogical aid. A o ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  8. Launch Pad! Gaming in the library

    By Cindi Trainor | Launch Pad DDR Originally uploaded by Lester Public Library This photo was submitted to the TechSource TechShots group pool on flickr. Head over to flickr to submit photos of innovative uses of technology in your library. ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 17:56 - Professional Tools

  9. Self-Service and Innovation at Boone Co. Public Library

    By Cindi Trainor | One of the beautiful library spaces I had the privilege of visiting this summer was the new main Boone County Public Library building in Burlington, Kentucky (map), in the northern part of the state. A big focus of the new space is to f ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools

  10. In the Hub- The Information Commons at University of Kentucky

    By Michael Stephens | Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 During the past few months, I've explored various in carnations of the student-centered learning and technology commons. I'm pleased to see this trend in academic librar ...

    Anonymous - 04/13/2017 - 18:02 - Professional Tools