Sonntag, 30. Januar 2011

iACPL - 2.0 - 3.0 - ...



engl., 0:42.

IT departments and librarians, they go together like bananas and waffles.




engl., 0:43.

More Fun with IT Professional and Librarian!




engl., 0:53.

IT and Librarian learn to get along just a little bit better.




engl., 1:00.

The big Pay off! It Professional and Librarian bury the hatchet just in time to meet: It Librarian.

48 Hour film "Conan the Librarian" by Backyard Prod. 2007



engl., 7:35.

Samstag, 29. Januar 2011

Queens Library Enriches Families



engl., 10:10.

Queens Library offers many free, innovative, award-winning programs that enrich the lives of children and families from our 62 community libraries in NYC. For further information go to www.queenslibrary.org.

Work at Queens Library: Enrich Your Life®



engl., 8:46.

Queens Library, the No. 1 circulating public library in the country, is seeking enthusiastic professionals who are ready to meet the challenge of working in a fast-paced, culturally diverse environment. See our job openings online at www.queenslibrary.org or contact us at (718) 990-0702.

This Week in Libraries #28 with Roberta Stevens, ALA

TWIL #28 on Vimeo.

Dienstag, 25. Januar 2011

Samstag, 22. Januar 2011

The Professional Librarian 1-3

1. At the Returns Desk



engl., 1:30.


2. Difficult Customers



engl., 2:09.


3. Handling Overseas Students



engl., 2:00.

A Youtube Salute to Librarians



engl., 5.29. Medley aus bekannten Szenen anderer Youtube-Clips zu Bibliothekarinnen/Bibliothekaren.

Library Nightmare



engl., 3:31.

This video explains how to handle a patron that has suddenly found himself in a Kafkaesque situation

41. Statement zu e-Learning



dt., 1:31.

Library Noir - UQ Law Revue 2008



engl., 4:33.

Jimmy is studying late the night before his criminal law final. In his desperation he turns to the one person that can help him.

2011 ALA Midwinter Meeting



engl., 3:44.

Once in the Library



engl., 5:07.

this is a teaser of the Library Orientation Documentary

Library Mystery Tour 2007



engl., 3:35.

Shown to incoming students as part of their library orientation activity.

Sesame Street: Grover In The Library



engl., 1:42.

No Cookies in the Library - Classic Sesame Street



engl., 2:48.

Much to the chagrin of a tempermental librarian Cookie Monster can't seem to comprehend that libraries don't have cookies. My mom loves this skit for some reason.

We Dig our Library



engl., 2:00.

Library Patrons' Voices



engl., 1:09.

The voices of people who frequent Inglewood Public Library. They discuss their use of the public access computers.

SLUBcast - Selbst ist der Verbucher



dt., 2:33.

E-Tutorial der SLUB Dresden zum Thema: "Selbst ist der Verbucher - Wie entleihe ich selbstaendig meine Medien in der SLUB Dresden

Wissenswelten: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek



dt., 1:10.

Fotoimpressionen aus der Stabi Hamburg



dt., 1:19.

Fotoimpressionen aus der Staatsbibliothek Hamburg. Eine Diashow mit Musik, für alle ehemaligen und gegenwärtigen Studenten.

School Library Media Centers Rock!



engl., 1:09.

Library Virtual Tour: An online tour of Bellarmine University's W.L. Lyons Brown Library.



engl., 2:52.

Mittwoch, 19. Januar 2011

Eli Neiburger at the LJ/SLJ eBook Summit: Libraries Are Screwed; Part 1 and 2



engl., 12:38.

The world of content is changing quickly; how do eBooks impact libraries? A tipping point is upon us, are libraries screwed? And if so, what can we do about it? Part 1 of a 2 Part youtubeification of Eli's talk at the Library Journal / School Library Journal eBook summit: Libraries at the Tipping Point, held September 29, 2010. Featuring the live audio from the sessions and the slides as Keynote intended!




engl., 8:39.

So we've enumerated the threats to libraries and the difficulties in finding a new formula to providing value to our communities in the absence of access to commercial content markets. So now what? How can libraries re-invent themselves to provide service and value in a world where bestsellers are not for sale to libraries? Part 2 of a 2-part youtubeification of Eli's talk at the Library Journal / School Library Journal eBook Summit: Libraries at the Tipping Point, held September 29, 2010. Featuring the live audio from the session and the slides as Keynote intended!

Dienstag, 18. Januar 2011

Tübinger e-Learning-Statements

Statements zum e-Learning von eTeaching.org

37. Statement zu E-Learning / Peter Rempis, UB Tübingen, E-Learning (TOBIAS-edu).



dt., 1:57.


38. Statement zu E-Learning / Marianne Dörr, UB Tübingen, Direktorin.



dt., 1:46.


40. Statement zu E-Learning / Thomas Walter, Zentrum für Datenverarbeitung, Direktor.



dt., 2:35. Nimmt u.a. Bezug auf timms, den Tübinger Internet Multimedia Server.


19. Statement zu E-Learning / Friedrich W. Hesse, Institut für Wissensmedien, Direktor.



dt., 1:51.

Sonntag, 16. Januar 2011

Up Close With The Rude Malaysian - The Library



engl., 1:47. [via bibliothekarisch.de]

Opening Times



engl., 2:01. [via bibliothekarisch.de]

This a film that we shot and edited in a day.
It is a response to Somerset County Council's decision to close 60% of its library branches and mobile libraries in 2011, including the always busy Glastonbury library.

This is disgusting.

If you feel the same please show your support by joining the 'Friends of Glastonbury Library' facebook page which you can find by following the link below.

http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Frie...

or similarly by sending an email of support to saveglastonburylibrary@gmail.com.

Cheeeers then.

(for optimum quality please watch in HD if you are able)

Samstag, 15. Januar 2011

Sonntag, 9. Januar 2011

ALAn Midwinter 2011 | UnConference



engl, 1:35.

ALA Midwinter 2011 | Buy India A Library



engl., 1:46.

Conversation with Helene Blowers



engl., 3:54.

Conversation With David Lee King



engl., 6:04.

Conversation with Michael Stephens



engl., 4:16.

Conversation with Stephen Abram



engl., 4:03.

Roberta Stevens - Demystifing ALA.mov



engl., 5:47. [via The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian's Weblog]

"ALA President Roberta Stevens offers an 'Insider and Outsider' perspective on the American Library Association. Her insights on getting started as a member and becoming more involved will help newer members better understand this large and sometimes complex organization while providing long-time members with a refresher on ways that ALA membership impacts one's career, community and library."

Champlain College Library Rave



3:24. [via Information Tyrannsaur und via The Chronicle of Higher Education]

Samstag, 8. Januar 2011

Building Academic Library 2.0 [Meredith Farkas]



UC Berkeley Library Systems, 2007, engl., 1.10:38. [Meredith Farkas spricht ab 13:00, vorher lauter Einführungen/-leitungen]

"Academic Library 2.0 Keynote Speaker: Meredith Farkas, Distance Learning Librarian Norwich University, Northfield A Conference sponsored by the Librarians Association of the University of California, Berkeley Division
Once a symbolic bastion of traditional accumulations of specialized knowledge, today's academic library operates in an information landscape grown increasingly variegated and difficult to traverse.

Paradoxically, at the same time, data, information, knowledge, cultural production, and scholarship are far more accessible, appropriable, and manipulable than ever before. New media attract widespread attention, more pliable technologies emerge with increasing frequency, and--most importantly--young generations of students and faculty with aptitudes, skills, and expectations borne of a world massively defined by the Internet and its progeny are populating the halls of academe.

The convergence of the once distinct technological and social meanings of the term "network" is evident in the rise of communities of remote collaborations among friends, acquaintances, students, and researchers. These developments compel academic libraries to consider how best to apply new technologies to suit users' demands and to satisfy their institutional and educational missions.

The Academic Library 2.0 conference will address the phenomenon of academic libraries taking affirmative steps to deploy technologies and services that facilitate users' virtually instant connection to diverse sources of knowledge and information, as well as to help users directly contribute form and substance to those sources."

Videos aus Bibliotheken

"Viele Bibliotheken nutzen heute die Möglichkeit, ihre Zielsetzungen und Arbeitsinhalte auch über Online-Videos zu transportieren. Unser Angebot haben wir daher um Filme aus aller Welt ergänzt, bei denen das Thema "Bibliothek" im Mittelpunkt steht. Die von uns ausgewählten Videos sollen dabei auch als Anregung für Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare im deutschsprachigen Raum dienen, ihre Angebote und Services auf diese innovative Weise zu vermitteln.

Wir haben uns zunächst für folgende Themen entschieden:

* Schule und Lesen
* Lernen
* Räume
* Technologie
* Interkulturelles
* Kinderbibliothek
* Jugendbibliothek
* Marketing
* Strategie
* Einzelne Bibliotheken

Unsere Auswahl orientiert sich an den Kriterien Verständlichkeit, Qualität und Kreativität und erhebt keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit. Aus technischen Gründen haben wir im ersten Schritt den Fokus auf Inhalte der Website YouTube gerichtet. Beim Anklicken werden die Clips direkt vom YouTube-Server aufgerufen und auf der ekz-Seite angezeigt. Somit handelt es sich um eine Link-Sammlung im erweiterten Sinn."
[via ekz]

Bibliotheken in Leipzig



dt., 2:18.

Samstag, 1. Januar 2011