By Meredith Farkas | October 13, 2005
Well, it’s new to me at least!
It’s always exciting for me to see librarians using wikis to share information. The fabulous folks at Librarians with class pointed out the Library Instruction Wiki, which was created by the Oregon Library Association’s Library Instruction Roundtable. It has the very wiki-propriate slogan “… stop reinventing the wheel…” Very cool! They hope to end up with handouts, tutorials and resources that people have succcessfully used, teaching technique suggestions, and resources that folks interested in library instruction should look at. I hope anyone who is interested in library instruction will take a look at the wiki and contribute to it. Whether you are a library instruction all-star or just have some ideas that you haven’t seen people try before, everyone has something useful to offer. A wiki is only useful if people contribute to it.
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