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Infographics – Data

I mentioned in my earlier posts that I will attempt to explore a little with infographics and share some of my findings. After ploughing through several websites about creating your own infographics, I have come to the conclusion that it … Continue reading

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Infographics – A Librarian’s Worth

Here’s another infographic done by Obizmedia (the same company who did Anatomy of a Librarian for MastersinEducation.Org – Librarian’s Worth Around the World.

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A Picture Paints A Thousand Words – Part 1

I love the old sage saying “A picture paints a thousand words“. As a more visually-inclined person, I can certainly appreciate things better in pictures than in numbers/text. So the growing trend of using infographics definitely works in my favour … Continue reading

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I never thought that I would be reviewing a paper on library stats so this is a first

subtitle: go forth and concatenate Whilst this year’s Library & Learning Travel Grant winner Phil Minchin is currently in the US on his dream gamer research trip, last year’s winner Jamie Normington has been busy putting the final touches of … Continue reading

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{Library:/hack/}

at civica we like mashups, and some of our staff here have played around with google maps and spydus data to produce interesting visual results. library hack was a mashup competition run by National, State and Territory libraries of Australia … Continue reading

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online mining boom?

Following on from Nigel’s thoughts on personalisation and data mining, I have some of my own. I have traditionally regarded the core purpose of an LMS to complete daily operational tasks such as accessioning a magazine, recording borrower activity, keeping … Continue reading

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