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The Library 101 Project Is Live Now!

Have you seen it? Have you heard the song and seen the music video? Have you read any of the 23 essays from some of the greatest minds in Libraryland (and David King and I too;)? Have you looked at the carefully selected list of 101 hyperlinked resources that share critically important things to think about and know in order to ensure a vibrant future for libraries, even as technology changes the information access and community landscapes?

Well you should go check it out!

And while you are there, please notice there there are comment boxes all over the place along with easy share buttons on almost every page. Those are really important to the project’s success! We want YOU to chime in and talk about what YOU think the new Library 101 is. So…what *is* your Library 101? Check out the Library 101 Project to let the world know!

A Library 101 Rainbow

We’ve just uploaded COLOR 0′s, 1′s, 101′s and background to flickr so people can start to get extra creative with their submissions for the “Library 101″ video that David Lee King and you and I are working on. :)

Hundreds of library staffers from all over the world have submitted photos already, but there is still room for YOU in the piece! We’re even hoping to get a few short video submissions to to pop in the video as well (very short 5-10 second videos are best:). Join in the fun and get in a video the a HUGE percentage of Libraryland will see (and dance too)!

More info here:
http://www.flickr.com/groups/library101/

And here.

PS- A HUGE thank you to all the folks who have submitted pictures so far!! Libraryland is such a wonderful place, full of fun, creative people! :) Watch for your pics in the video. Thanks to you all it is shaping up to be quite a spectacle!