[Videolib] RE: iPods, IMs, myspace, etc.

Speirs, Sr Gilmary (speirs@es.marywood.edu)
Thu, 6 Apr 2006 09:47:19 -0400

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How I could use a multimedia presentation, DVD or video especially, on the
latest on this topic but also have not located one. I recently requested
the book, Using PDAs in Libraries: a How-To-Do-It Manual by Colleen Cuddy,
2005, based on the review in Booklist, Jan. 1 & 15, 2006 issue
Booklist began on-line on April 1, 2006 so you could check the review.
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Sr. Gilmary Speirs, IHM
Collection Management Librarian for Non-Print
Marywood University Library
2300 Adams Ave.
Scranton, PA 18509
FAX: 570-961-4769

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Here's a question I received from one of our librarians:
A faculty member is looking for multimedia that covers consumer =
products like iPods and Instant Messaging for a myspace.com crowd. Do =
you have access to any catalogs, etc for videos that would cover those =
iPods and IMs are outside of my turf so any help would be greatly =
appreciated. (You know you're getting old when you too mentally fried =
to grasp the latest technologies--i.e. it's time to retire....)
Muchas gracias, amigos!
Chris McN
Chris McNevins
UCONN/ Homer Babbidge Library
Storrs, CT=20


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