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Aside from Joyce Valenza's wiki (TeacherLibrarianWiki), what other school-related 
"information sources" are there talking about the use of "wikis" within the school 
library environment?

Also, who (within the school environment) is talking about Web 2.0 and Library 2.0? 
 (I'm reading Joyce's wiki and thinking about all of this---)

How are libraries / librarians facing the new challenges of technology, wikis, 
ebooks, iPods, ereaders, etc.?  With collaboration being a major part of what we do 
(should be doing) how does this technology increase the possible collaborative 
efforts being made between teachers and librarians?  Are we keeping up?

I'm looking for sources (online or in print) that talk about this.  I'm re-reading 
the archives, but I wondered if some people are already evaluating and talking 
about this on their blogs?

If so, let me know.  I have a few already bookmarked, but I'd like to examine 

You may respond to me off-list.



Shonda Brisco, MLIS
US / Technology Librarian
4200 Country Day Lane
Fort Worth Country Day School
Fort Worth, TX
817.732.7718 ext. 339

"We can't wait for somebody outside of ourselves to rescue us, because nobody is 
coming to the rescue..." 
 ~ Ross Todd, Professor
School of Communications, Information, and Library Studies, Rutgers University

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