Friday, June 23, 2006

Web 2.0 and Library U

Seems like everyone is getting on this Web 2.0 bandwagon, so if you want more info, this is the place to be! I got this notice from NSLS

LibraryU, the hugely popular Web-based training initiative has a new module entitled, "The Internet and Teens: Social Networking Safety". How many times have you heard a young person talk about "blogging" or "myspace" and wondered what language they were speaking? If you've ever been concerned about the amount of time that your child spends on the Internet, or wondered what they were doing, this module will help you to understand more about blogging, what role it plays in the lives of teens especially, and how you can help them to use this communication tool in a safe and positive environment. You can sign up for the module at <>. On July 26, LibraryU will host a live online presentation with module author Bill Erbes, the Assistant Director of the Bensenville Community Public Library District. Erbes will give an interactive presentation, discussion and dialog on this important topic. The presentation is free, but you must register by going to
Whether you are a parent, teacher, librarian, or interested in the trends in teen Internet usage, this event will be engaging and informative.


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