Submitted by: Emily Weisenstein, Livingston Public Library, Mar 10, 2014
In my first article, I discussed how visual social media is quickly taking over the internet and how libraries should be considering a more visual approach to their social media presence. How do we begin to create online visual content?
Anyone who knows me knows how much I love Inkscape, the free and open source vector design application complete with plugins, layers, path manipulation and more. The one issue with Inkscape is not an Inkscape issue at all.
Late last year, I took all of my presentations that I have ever given on design, technology, libraries, branding and related topics, and I made them public and licensed for re-use and re-mixing under a creative commons-attribution license.
Wow, has it been a month already? While I have enjoyed my time here sharing my thoughts and resources on world of code (and yes, I could certainly go on!), it is time alas for my last article here on TechEx.
@ Piscataway Public Library Submitted by: Doug Baldwin, Piscataway Public Library, Jan 19, 2014 Tools/Tags:coding, mooc, apps
Over the last two weeks of my time with you, I would like to dig into some useful tools and resources we (librarians/library staff) can use to learn code ourselves, but also to provide to patrons who would like to take t
@ Piscataway Public Library Submitted by: Doug Baldwin, Piscataway Public Library, Jan 12, 2014 Tools/Tags:coding, api
Code is the backbone of the electronic tools that we use everyday, whether opening a Word document, using the Internet, editing a MARC record, or helping out patrons access a database. All these tools are built using coded instructions.
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