Thanks for Library 2.0 workshop help!

Thanks to everyone who contributed to the successful Library 2.0 workshop today.  Ideas via blog comments and Ning helped to add the interactive dimension of Web 2.0 to the presentations.  First, thanks to Julie Keuhn and Keely Chapman for commenting on my blog post.  One of the more amazing track backs came from Adam  Paszternak, a librarian in Hungary (I had to use Google translator to learn what he said).  Shows how connected we are throughout the world.

Also, thanks to the Ning friends, especially  Polly Farrington who said hello to us in sunny California from snowy New York.

Finally, special thanks to Cathy Nelson, Joyce Valenza and Doug Johnson who skyped in to share one Web/Library 2.0 application with the 50 attendees.

The power of Web 2.0 was demonstrated today!  You can see the workshop links and notes here.

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1 Response to “Thanks for Library 2.0 workshop help!”


  1. 1 polly farrington November 22, 2007 at 2:26 pm

    Sounds like the workshop was a resounding success!


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