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Several articles that may be of interest to readers have recently been made available by Stephen Abram on his blog, Stephen’s Lighthouse:

“The New Normal” appeared as an April/May column for Information Outlook, and in it Stephen talks about some of the things that have become ‘normal’ to him now in special libraries, including social networking, collaboration, tagging and blogging.  Read the full article here.

“Blogging as a Special Librarian” is Stephen’s June column for Information Outlook, and offers “some personal and practical advice on blogging for special librarians and information professionals”.  The full article is accessible here.

Finally, “Preparing for the New Media Literacies” appeared in the March/April edition of Multimedia and Internet @ Schools, and here Stephen looks at some of the ways that the consumption of media is changing in society.  He suggests ways of creating news literacies via things like:

  • an exploration of blogs and the concept of ‘voice’
  • contrasting YouTube reportage to mainstream media
  • finding podcasts and comparing it to radio circa 1964 and 1984 and 2004
  • [examining] the role of collaborative tagging and news feeds

Read the full article here.  You might recall that the idea of ‘literacy 2.0’ skills was touched upon in an earlier post as a possible area of importance for librarians in the web 2.0 age.

You can find more of Stephen’s articles on his blog at: http://stephenslighthouse.sirsidynix.com/

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