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I have to admit, reading this story was a bit depressing, considering the investment of time we are putting into podcasting here at my library.  Yahoo! is closing down its podcast directory and rumors are it is because of low interest and the closing of their entertainment divisioin…

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Today I teach the Blogs, Podcasts and Wikis workshop at RRLC in Rochester.  Participants are from the Rochester, NY region and come from public, special, academic, school and medical libraries.  Tell me what you hope to gain or learn from this workshop!

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This very cool story about the Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County gives me hope for libraries and relevancy in the 21st century!  The IT director charged her staffers with finding and using Web 2.0 technologies in the course of their jobs.  The results? They developed a program called Learning 2.0 which is being adopted by libraries around the country to insert Web 2.0 tools into their workflow and their outreach to communities.  Way cool!

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I’m interested in finding out why you are attending today’s session.  Tell me what you hope to learn from the workshop by clicking on the comments link below and posting your thoughts.

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Monday I am giving a workshop entitled “Blogs, Wikis & Podcasting”.  Its a hands-on workshop for librarians in the Rochester area.  I created a blog to use in the workshop called blogwikipod — I’m hoping to use it as teaching tool during the workshop.

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Podcasting sources

David Free conducted a great webcast through ACRL’s eLearning website this week.  His workshop was on podcasting and higher education.  Lots of great examples of schools doing innovative podcasting — both informational in nature and just plain fun!

Here are the links to the resources he mentioned in the webcast.

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