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Presentation: Library Gaming for Adults

Thursday, April 30th, 2009

Presented at the Reaching Forward conference, May 1st 2009. Many thanks to all who attended, and to everyone on the conference planning committee for inviting me to participate. In the interest of keeping things paper-free, I’ve posted the handout here. Please right-click save-as to enjoy.

CIL Morning Session: Website Redesign Pitfalls

Monday, March 30th, 2009

“Cut-and-paste should die, probably.” -Jeff Wisniewski When is the right time to re-do your website? Is the “dramatic overhaul” method actually detrimental to your site’s usability? Presenter Jeff Wisniewski seems to think so. Take a look at an overview of some of the most common mistakes made by library websites and web designers. It’s important […]

Introducing SkokieVotes!

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

With election fever ramping up in my area (and all over the country), MPOW thought it would be useful to put together a directory of election resources. With so much content out there, and even more being added by the minute, I realized that it’s important to have a page that can offer both static […]

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