Plinius on Sunday
- PS 11/09: Maps and statistics. Balance demand and supply.
- PS 10/09. IFLA 1.5. Half the way from 1.0 to 2.0.
- PS 9/09. Skills and commitment. Learning under new conditions.
- PS 8/09. LATINA/lingua. A multilingual development project.
- PS 7/09. Blogging in context. Using blogs in teaching and learning.
- PS 6/09. Learning from LATINA. From shortage to surplus of knowledge.
- PS 5/09. Big change. Introductory notes for LATINA lecture in Cracow.
- PS 4/09. Tim O’Reilly in action. The main promoter of Web 2.0 takes the stage
- PS 3/09. Work/study scholarships. LATINA offers support for its summer course.
- PS 2/09. Private lives and public libraries. Proposed paper on traffic count for Northumbria
- PS 1/09. How to win friends. Proposed paper on statistical indicators for Northumbria
- PL 72/09: Statistics for library advocacy. Paper proposal for IFLA
- PL 71/09: Blogs in library learning. Paper proposal for IFLA
- PL 70/69: Global population statistics. Relate your statistics to the social environment.
- PL 69/09: Appropriate learning and teaching. How education is changing – a story from Rwanda.
- PL 68/09: Learning by translating. Our Erasmus interns study the educational role of translation tools – like Google Translate.
- PL 67/09: Learning by blogging. Our Erasmus interns explore the educational role of blogs.
- PL 66/09: French, Polish and Spanish. Introductions to LATINA in three languages
- PL 65/09: Plan for Erasmus Mundus. New trainees from Benin, Cuba, the Ivory Coast, Poland and Venezuela
- PL 64/09: Phones for development. Excellent survey from The Economist – and its library relevance.
- PL 63/09: The net is a conversation. It is easy to predict the future of the web – if you understand its social impact
- PL 62/09: Libraries in Spain. Loans and visits in Spanish regions.
- PL 61/09: Difficult statistics. Uncertain data in Mexico
- PL 60/09: Global chatter. Twitter stats map global conversations
- PL 59/09: Living and Learning with New Media. Summary of well-written US report on digital youth culture.
- PL 58/09. Blogging bounty. When will the world’s bloggers be properly rewarded for their (our) tremendous contribution to peace, science, democracy and international library statistics?
- PL 57/09. IFLA blogging 2009. Variable blogging – but massive twittering – in Milan.
- PL 56/09. American corner. American embassies invest heavily in libraries and library cooperation abroad.
- PL 55/09. Cultural heritage statistics. Link collection to the IFLA papers 2009.
- PL 54/09. Global Statistics phase 2. Documenting the work of libraries.
- PL 53/09. Children’s share up by 50% in the UK. Substantial shift in demand.
- PL 52/09. Beyond the bubble.
- PL 51/09. Reading and library use in Italy. Big national survey in 2006.
- PL 50/09. Memory of the Netherlands. Low traffic to broad portal.
- PL 49/09. Norwegian IFLA-papers 2009
- PL 48/09. Changing lives in Poland. Rural and small-town libraries make a differece.
- PL 47/09. Statistical agendas. IFLA papers for the “agenda” session are now availanble.
- PL 46/09. New indicators for public libraries. Two new papers on library statistics.
- PL 45/09. Translations from LATINA. Resources in four scripts and five languages.
- PL 44/09. Bread and circus. A brief class exercise from the LATINA summer course.
- PL 43/09. Roman shoe. A photo exercise (collage).
- PL 42/09. Transparent and open. The spreading of cloud computing.
- PL 41/09. Work in progress. Lots of work – lots of fun – and quite a bit of learning.
- PL 40/09. Learning from mistakes. Success by failure.
- PL 39/09. Big change in 2009. When web 1.0 meets web 2.0 in practice.
- PL 38/09. A story from Spain. Education is changing in many countries
- PL 37/09. Multilingual LATINA. Wikipedia + Google Translate.
- PL 36/09. When did the course start? Formal and informal processes.
- PL 35/09. Trolls. Forest and mountain creatures.
- PL 34/09. Twelve days to go. LATINA Summer starts on June 22.
- PL 33/09. Ten European city libraries. Data from the Tibidabo project.
- PL 32/09. Computers everywhere. Mobile PCs on campus
- PL 31/09. Portfolio. A LATINA work task
- PL 30/09. ICT and global learning. Resource links from China, Hungary and Spain.
- PL 29/09. Students in action. A traffic study at Oslo University College.
- PL 28/09. LATINA Spring – the third week. Concluding the course.
- PL 27/09. LATINA goes to Krakow. Paper on Education 2.0 completed
- PL 26/09. Knowledge society. A new historical stage.
- PL 25/09. Ada Lovelace Day. Kudos to digital dames.
- PL 24/09. Web 2.0 digs deep. Good article on change management.
- PL 23/09. Social data sets. I’d like to show you some fascinating numbers …
- PL 22/09. LATINA meets Marie Bergman. The Swedish singer/songwriter is still going strong.
- PL 21/09. LATINA update. Four Chinese media students join LATINA Spring.
- PL 20/09. Statistics and advocacy. Seven papers accepted for IFLA in Milan.
- PL 19/09. Private, personal, public. Blogs move boundaries, but do not abolish them.
- PL 18/09. The image of knowledge. From books til networks.
- PL 17/09. Understanding Wikipedia. Encyclopedic exercises for LATINA students.
- PL 16/09. European public library research. A new gathering of researchers in Oslo.
- PL 15/09. Bend the rules, apologize later. Good advice from Leslie Burger – former ALA president.
- PL 14/09. LATINA Spring opens. Nine participants – from Hungary, Spain and Norway.
- PL 13/09. One billion internet users. Latest statistics on global web traffic.
- PL 12/09. Parma next! BOBCATSSS 2010.
- PL 11/09. Blogging and pictures from Porto.
- PL 10/09. Live blogging from Porto
- PL 9/09. Traffic counting in Porto.
- PL 8/09. BOBCATSSS opens in Porto
- PL 7/09. Read and learn together. Obama on libraries.
- PL 6/09. Statistics for action. Twenty-two submissions for our session in Milan
- PL 5/09. Trend-spotting. Featuring Michael Stephens.
- PL 4/09. Libraries and the public sphere. New spaces for public debate.
- PL 3/09. Multilingual learning. Google Translate sets the pace.
- PL 2/09. IFLA blogging most popular, Visits to Plinius in 2008.
- PL 1/09. Easy access to statistics. Announcing Plinius Data Bank.