Monthly Archives: August 2012

M-libraries – Which Content Providers Are Utilising Mobile Technologies?

New post by M-libraries support project which gives a great overview of which content providers are actively using mobile technologies to support library users. Please see the post here. Tweet

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LOCKSS Update & Workflowy Blog Posts

Following discussion about the eJournal preservation service LOCKSS and Workflowy at Monday’s (13th Aug) DMU Library Mashup session, the following blog posts may be of interest for further information and guidance: LOCKSS update Workflowy demo Tweet

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Library Mashup Meeting – Mon 13th Aug 2012

The next informal DMU Library Mashup meeting (#MashDMU) will be taking place in the Kimberlin Library Lecture Theatre (Lower Ground Floor) on Mon 13th August 2012 between 12-1. Topics will include an update on the eJournal preservation service LOCKSS, overview … Continue reading

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Linked Data for libraries video

A new 15-minute video (from OCLC) introduces the concepts and technology behind linked data, how it works and some benefits it brings to libraries:  Linked Data for Libraries Tweet

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Mashing up Olympic data

Slightly surprised that there have been no Olympics-related posts yet, given so many Library colleagues are following the Olympics at home and at breaktime; Mitchell even booked annual leave to watch them!¬† The Guardian notes Lessons to be learned from … Continue reading

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