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Meg Kemp

Zzzoot: Tag Cloud inspired HTML Select lists - 0 views

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    This is an interesting new twist on a boring old html function. It's so 2.0!
Jade Diaz

Food Chemistry | Oakville Public Library | BiblioCommons - 0 views

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    check out the "Browse the shelf" option in the right nav
Jade Diaz

Binghamton Univ. Libraries: Social Software Policy - 0 views

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    Interesting example of an overarching policy for all blogs, wikis, photo sharing, etc
Jade Diaz

Me2Bus: Austin TX - 0 views

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    Cool little web app that tells you when the next Cap Metro bus is scheduled to come. Real time info on actual arrival would be cooler but this ain't bad.
Jade Diaz

UM Library: MLibrary 2.0 | OPAC - 0 views

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    A list of "Next Generation" OPACs and resources
Jade Diaz

Lamson Library » Resources By Subject - 0 views

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    I realy like some of what Plymouth State is doing to allow browsing by LC subject. If you click, for examle, Sociology, you are taken to a sort of socioloy portal that contains links to course guidelines, relevant databases, pre-populated searches of the OPAC, reference materials, websites, and the sociology librarian's contact info. Click on a pre-populated OPAC search and you are able to broaden/narrow the search by clicking tags as well as bookmark or choose from RSS options.
Jade Diaz

LaterLoop - 0 views

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    save pages to read later with one click. can check them off once re-visited.
Matt Lisle

Google Friend Connect - 0 views

Matt Lisle

Apture * Apture.com - 0 views

shared by Matt Lisle on 06 May 08 - Cached
  • easily turn flat pages of text into multimedia experiences
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    Click on "Experience Apture" to see how it works...
Matt Lisle

Diigo User Communities ~ Stephen's Web ~ by Stephen Downes - 0 views

  • It was like a tidal wave over the weekend as large segments of the edublogosphere discovered the social networking and resource sharing site Diigo.
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    Looks like Diigo is getting pretty popular...
Aaron Choate

Adobe Photoshop Express - 0 views

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    Haven't had much of a chance to play with it, but they have done a lot with this.
Matt Lisle

Springshare - Web 2.0 Tools for Libraries and Educational Institutions - 0 views

  •        LibGuides - Knowledge Sharing for Libraries        LibMarks - Social Bookmarking and Tagging for Libraries
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      Came across these SpringShare tools today - LibGuide (for subject guides) and LibMarks (social bookmarking for libraries)... Darthmouth uses LibGuides for their subject guides. http://libguides.dartmouth.edu/ . Looks really cool!
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Matt Lisle

SXSW Web Awards - 0 views

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    Lots of great examples of design, educational sites (check out story of stuff), online tools, etc.
Matt Lisle

Go2Web20.net - The complete Web 2.0 directory - 0 views

shared by Matt Lisle on 06 Feb 08 - Cached
    • Matt Lisle
       
      Directory of web 2.0 services... good to use as a reference for new ideas in TIS in the future
Matt Lisle

UM Library: MLibrary 2.0 | Home - 0 views

  • explore new directions for access and services with regard to issues such as library 2.0, social networking, and the future of searching.
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      This site has lots of good ideas... in particular the "Project Share blog" has an idea of using social bookmarking for subject guide pages... a fast/easy way for subject bibliographers to add links to their subject guides... http://mblog.lib.umich.edu/lib20projects/archives/2007/07/delicious_tags.html
Matt Lisle

Social bookmarking service. Fast tagging and posting to all major social websites - Soc... - 0 views

  • Code for blogs and websites If you want to use this button on your blog or website, install our 'All-in-one Bookmarking Button' plugin for WordPress, or simply insert the following code if you don't use WordPress:
    • Matt Lisle
       
      All-in-one button for social bookmarking. You add it to your site, and users can bookmarks you on a variety of social bookmarking tools... We might wanna consider trying this?
Matt Lisle

Flickr: The Commons - 0 views

  • The key goals of this pilot project are to firstly give you a taste of the hidden treasures in the huge Library of Congress collection, and secondly to show how your input of a tag or two can make the collection even richer.
    • Matt Lisle
       
      It'd be cool if users could tag our catalog in a similar way.
Matt Lisle

AHAH: Asynchronous HTML and HTTP ~ Stephen's Web ~ by Stephen Downes - 0 views

  • The latest Web 2.0 jargon has come out - it is 'AHAH', or "Asynchronous HTML and HTTP".
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    new buzz word!
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