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Scriblio: Tour of TamLib.org Tues 8:30-10:00

Cook Memorial Library’s website:  www.tamworthlibrary.org

We invite you all to leave comments, and ask questions on the site.

Usability: Keyword searches
For searching titles in the collection, use the search box ex: Omnivore’s Dilemma

Omnivore’s Dilemma http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/60505

For searching posted information, use the search box ex: artist of the month

KHS reading lists http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/63439

Chris Bohjalian’s new book http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/61013

Netflix http://tamworthlibrary.org/search/netflix

Local History http://tamworthlibrary.org/services/local-history

Findability: Visibility from the web puts small libraries, and their specialized collections, on the web

“Wonalancet” or “Square egg” on Google: users find the site via Google by typing in an ISBN or title name or keyword (ex: pasted paper)

A stranger comments on “Illustrated History of Antiques” http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/60791


Magazines http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/62414

Jay’s book pics http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/21737

Tallgrass http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/62414

Book Artists on display http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/61011

April is Poetry Month http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/22869

Tamworth in WW2 http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/62185

Local History >comments http://tamworthlibrary.org/services/local-history

Communication & Community:

July 4th youtube by Trustee http://tamworthlibrary.org/read/62556

Using Wikipedia http://tamworthlibrary.org/help/understanding-tags


2 Responses

  1. Thanks for the links and for giving a great presentation! I look forward to seeing how Scriblio develops at your library.

  2. Thanks, Kathy, it was great to meet you. It was fun being a mother-daughter act. Also enjoyed the blogging, but NOT the spotty wireless access.

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