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It sounds like a really good day. I think increasingly it is an opportunity for libraries to offer sessions on topics like Delicious – they suit short hands-on sessions, and offer a great way into a tool for users who have heard of it but don’t have the confidence to get started on their own.
Thanks Karl, I couldn’t agree more. I think there’s not only an argument for using delicious to signpost resources for your learners, but also as a peer support tool to find out what other like-minded librarians are currently exploring. Let me know if you’d like any resources from the session and I’ll happily forward them on.
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