Academic journal article Library Technology Reports

Acknowledgements

Academic journal article Library Technology Reports

Acknowledgements

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This issue of Library Technology Reports is based on issues, trends, and technologies explored at my Tame the Web blog, my work with the students and faculty of Dominican University's Graduate School of Library and Information Science, and the Social Tools and Libraries Roadshow, a workshop I've co-presented with Jenny Levine for over two years. Our content, like the Web, changes continually, but the message stays the same: conversation, collaboration, commons, and community. From Holland, England, and Canada and back again--thank you, Jenny!

I also want to thank some folks who offered support and assistance while I was writing this report: Peter Bromberg, John and Louise Berry, Casey Bisson, John Blyberg, Meg Canada, Michael Casey, Kyle Cook, Kathryn Deiss, Jenny Ellis, Jennifer Graham, Sarah Houghton, David Lee King, Teresa Koltzenburg, Lee LaBlanc, Judi Lauber, Glenn Peterson, Karen Schneider, Scott Smith, and all the librarians who participated via e-mail and IM interviews.

I also need to thank Dominican GSLIS students Brian Want, for his help with the bibliographies and reading lists, and Sherry Baehr, for her incredible presentation on LibraryThing in LIS753. All of the students and faculty at Dominican GSLIS never cease to inspire me to think about the bright future of libraries. …

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