- PL 64/08. Work and play in 2020. A project report on the future of the Web.
- PL 63/08. Five years in UK. Adult book lending down by 25%.
- PL 62/08. New marketing habits. A prediction for 2009.
- PL 61/08. Industrial and digital statistics. Two models for statistical production.
- PL 60/08. Education in a new key. The Guardian reports on the impact of the web in British universities.
- PL 59/08. Books will last like bicycles. The author of Chaos, Genius, and Isaac Newton is hopeful.
- PL 58/08. Reports from the frontline. The MacArthur Foundation financed a three year study on youth and the web.
- PL 57/08. The future of catalogue departements. Reorganization all around the clock.
- PL 56/08. Don’t wait for leaders. Carpe diem. Act now.
- PL 55/08. Digital history. A great tradition turns to the web.
- PL 54/08. The LATINA principles. An informal platform.
- PL 53/08. Statistics on the agenda. A call for papers for Milan.
- PL 52/08. Next year in Milan. Time to think about August.
- PL 51/08. Measuring access to digital culture. A European indicator project.
- PL 50/08. LATINA Spring 2009. A longer version of the LATINA summer course will be offered in the spring.
- PL 49/08. Putting statistics to work 2. How to reason more with statistical data.
- PL 48/08. Putting statistics to work 1. How to reason with statistical data.
- PL 47/08. Early birds at IFLA 2009. The first calls for papers and posters have already appeared.
- PL 46/08. Free tools for rapid change. New opprtunities for library innovation.
- PL 45/08. Evidence-based librarianship 101. Basic concepts – from the EBLIP journal.
- PL 44/08. Visits in Denmark and Norway. Decreasing number of public library visits per capita since 2005.
- PL 43/08. Reading into the sunset. Library success in Wyoming.
- PL 42/08. Lending of non-fiction. New data on Norwegian titles.
- PL 41/08. Steady decline in book lending. The trend is down, down, down.
- PL 40/08. What the heck’s going on? Books that interpret the world around us.
- PL 39/08. Most books are flops. The US book trade has an exceptionally long and thin tail.
- PL 38/08. Web traffic to Danish portals. Nes statistics show to moderate interest in national portals.
- PL 37/08. Public libraries go digital. Libraries bridge the digital divide.
- PL 36/08. Two ways of being together. In the flesh and through the web.
- PL 35/08. Browsing in the cloud. Google launches Chrome.
- PL 34/08. IFLA visual 2008. A collection of photo sets from Quebec.
- PL 33/08. Presentations and conversations. Meeting new demands for participation.
- PL 32/08. Hi tech. Hi touch. Deep thought. Web 2.0 explained.
- PL 31/08. IFLA amplified. Lorcan Dempsey’s term – for everybody’s reality.
- PL 30/08. From Pliny to Plinius. Small change of name. Big change of policy.
- PL 29/08. More blogging from Quebec. Mapping the IFLA blogosphere.
- PL 28/08: Global library statistics. W When library data are sparse on the ground, statistics must be developed from the ground.
- PL 27/08: Pictures from IFLA 2008
- PL 26/08. IFLA from below . The grass has mouths as well as ears.
- PL 25/08. IFLA Quebec on the web
- PL 24/08. The rambling librarian. Ivan Chew blogs from Singapore.
- PL 23/08. Virtual visits in large cities. Metropolitan data.
- PL 22/08. Really big libraries. Collected by Toronto.
- PL 21/08. Metropolitan visits. Distributed by IFLA.
- PL 20/08: Seven papers from Norway. Small, but active country.
- PL 19/08. Physical and virtual traffic. My two papers for Quebec both deal with traffic..
- PL 18/08. Hippo racing in Calgary. Enjoy!
- PL 17/08. Students gather in Porto. BOBCATSSS 2009.
- PL 16/08. L&T make R&D. Learning and teaching – not lettuce and tomato.
- PL 15/08. LATINA on YouTube. Student productions from Oslo.
- PL 14/08. Instant web. Teaching in the new web environment.
- PL 13/08. Blog reflections [requires password]
- PL 12/08. Replace, separate, integrate. Three stages in digital education.
- PL 11/08. LATINA on the Nile. Oslo University College cooperates with Upper Nile University in Southern Sudan.
- PL 10/08. Teaching in the fall. From information poor to information rich environments.
- PL 9/08. Digital stories. A new tool for learning, teaching and communication.
- PL 8/08. Midsummer start for LATINA. Summer schools are popular in many countries.
- PL 7/08. Traffic papers for IFLA 2008. Libraries need visitors – and visitor statistics.
- PL 6/08. Pyrrhus the general. At Harvard, scholars must deposit their papers in institutional repositories.
- PL 5/08. The high cost of quality. Proposal for IFLA satellite paper on technical and political issues in library indicator development.
- PL 4/08. Observing the traffic. Proposal for IFLA paper on physial visitor statistics.
- PL 3/08. How much is much?. Proposal for IFLA paper on national library web visitor statistics.