librarians, catalogers, archivists, students... or anyone else who wants to talk about metadata, tagging, FRBR, library 2.0, social software, cataloging, and, of course, LibraryThing!
Discuss how to protect, repair and preserve your books.
I hereby invite you to join the Open Shelves Classification (OSC), a free, "humble," modern, open-source, crowd-sourced replacement for the Dewey Decimal System. Much of the work here is being done…
A place for archivists on LibraryThing.
University of Illinois GSLIS-ers represent! For those who are/were affiliated with the Graduate School of Library & Information Science at University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
In the new world of e-services we talk in this groub about new developments in electronic services and how to delivery electronc services to user any time any place
Down with Dewey. LibraryThing is now ready to create a free, open-source, modern, crowdsourced replacement for that peculiar, trademarked, copyrighted fossil that is the Dewey Decimal System®. This…
Librarians serving schools K-12 who want collection development recommendations, advice on programming, promotion ideas, technical services, or whatever else comes to mind.
A group for Simmons College students, professors, alums, or anyone else with an interest in the school to gather
This group is for those of us who catalog for a living AND who use LibraryThing.
The place to be for Library and Information Sciences students of all levels to discuss changes in the field, schooling, and of course, books!
This is a group for readers and authors of books from Library Juice Press and Litwin Books. Discuss books, ask questions of the authors, suggest ideas...
Academic cybrarian, bibliophile & culturista. Mentor to LIS students, grads. Social networking pro. Follow us on TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/nylibrarians. Stephanie's personal mentoring blog:…
A group for the students of Simmons College LIS 488 class in the fall semester 2006.
Literature around quantitative evidence (statistics) about library services - Benchmarking - Management - Monitoring - Library 2.0