Barbara Shaughnessy from TechSoup's Project Implementation team penned this post earlier this week and it originally appeared on the TechSoup Blog.
"Celebrate the happiness that friends are always giving,
Make every day a holiday
And celebrate just living." --Amanda Bradley
If you've thought it has been a bit quiet around here, let me tell you three good reasons why!
1) Chris Peters is recovering well in Florida and we can't wait to have him back with us soon,
2) Brenda Hough had a lovely wedding, and
I made a quick trip to Chicago for one meeting, but only had time for a taste of the vast ALA offerings. One session I really wish I could have attended is the popular LITA Top Technology Trends session. The next best thing to being there, luckily, is the recorded version available at http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1797127.
Trying to understand ARRA, NOFA, BTOP, and all of the other lingo surrounding the broadband stimulus programs? One of the best ways to learn more is to visit ALA's "Know Your Stimulus" site, which includes regularly updated links to information and resources.
Yesterday TechSoup, along with our pals at Idealware, put out a new article called Comparing Online vs. Traditional Office Software that delves into all the new choices for creating, editing, sharing, and collaborating documents and spreadsheets these days.
[The TechSoup for Libraries blog frequently features guest posts from library writers around the US. With this post, however, we are excited to move beyond that to include the ideas and expertise of international library writers, too. Agnieszka Koszowska is a librarian and instructor at The Silesian Library in Katowice, Poland.]
"This is how we got an idea to involve the community members in creating and developing digital resources."
TechSoup has two new and exciting updates to Adobe donations that affect libraries and (c)(3) friends of libraries:
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