Monthly Archives: May 2012

Library Services on a Shoestring with Yahoo!Pipes

I have been silent for the last few weeks preparing for the 2012 TRY (Toronto Ryerson York) staff conference that takes place tomorrow, May 8th, 2012.   One of my  presentations is a poster session on using Yahoo!Pipes as a cheap (free!) way to enhance library services.  Some of  you may be interested in this   innovative cloud-hosted new service which allows librarians to produce, publish and share web services for free and without ever having to write a line of code.  Please see attached the pages that combined make the poster session.

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The theme of this year’s conference is: Re-defining Library Services in the Digital Age.   There are many interesting sessions at the conference – please see the conference website for more details: –  http://www.library.utoronto.ca/event/staffconference/2012/conferenceSchedule.html.  I  will be delivering one  of the sessions as well and will report on that tomorrow …. For now, I only have the Yahoo!Pipes poster ready. ….

Also, my apologies for not responding to comments & e-mails – will catch up on that after the presentation tomorrow…

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