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UPDATE: I POSTED THE WRONG VERSION OF MY PRESENTATION EARLIER – SORRY! THE RIGHT ONE IS BELOW NOW.

Below is my presentation for my pre-conference at ALIA Information Online in Sydney.  Excellent group, and a wonderful conference!  Enjoy the presentation.  Hopefully you’ll learn one or two useful tools for your own library.

“3.0 tools without 3.0 million dollars”

  1. franceBIB Says:

    stored in my delicious ! very interesting

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  3. Sandeep Bhavsar Says:

    Excellent !

  4. Darren Says:

    Noticed that you still have Drop.io on your “More Favorites” slide. Might want to remove that as the service ended about a month ago.

  5. Sarah Says:

    Darren: My mistake – I accidentally posted a previous version of the presentation. The correct version is now up instead. Thanks for catching that!

  6. Onward! | drouhard.net Says:

    [...] I have a few thousand links I need to dump here at some point, but… not right now. Right now I want to recommend taking a look at Sarah H-J (Librarian in Black)’s post of a presentation she gave at ALIA Information Online in Sydney: Library 3.0 services without 3.0 million dollars. [...]

  7. Grey Says:

    Was wondering if anyone has used SquareSpace?
    I attended this Sydney workshop (quite inspiring) and have managed to get the green light to test SquareSpace as a information desk communication tool (ie a blog without calling it one, as my work is very confused re social media, web 2, web 3 etc, not to mention that it was the only CMS / blog app that was not blocked by our content filter).
    I was hoping to see what other libraries and info services have done with it, and thought this might be the place to ask.

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