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Thank you, ARRT! We had a fantastic time speaking to you on Wednesday, October 22, 2008, about Web 2.0 and its many, many applications. We hope the links and information we provide for you here are helpful, and please contact us with questions.

 

This wiki is just for ARRT members - you can even "Request Access" button if you want to join the wiki and create some pages, etc. Think of it as "publish without perish" - no risk involved!

 

Use this space to practice, play and get feedback from your colleagues.

 

Blog building resources

Video resources

Wiki building resources

 

Pew Internet in American Life Project

RSS resources

Social bookmarking resources

Social networking resources

Microblogging resources

 

Sarah Statz Cords' blog, Citizen Reader, with links to her ARRT 2.0 podcast.

Example of hosting a book group through a blog: http://www.citizenreader.com/citizen/2008/11/its-menage-time.html

 

Contact us:

 

Karen McBride, kmcbride@dppl.org

On Facebook or Shelfari? Be friends with me!

 

Monica Harris, mharris@oppl.org

Young Adult Librarian

Oak Park Public Library

708.452.3456

Goodreads: teenlibrarian@gmail.com

Twitter: ShowLola

 

Sarah Statz Cords, realstory@tds.net

Associate Editor, Reader's Advisor Online

http://www.readersadvisoronline.com/

http://www.citizenreader.com/

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