Category Archives: mashups

  1. Special Issue of MmIT journal on Digitisation

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    May 12, 2014 by Jen Smith

    We have produced a special issue on Digitisation which brings together articles on the subject from the journal published since …
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  2. In the Palm of your Hand: the Future for the Hand-Held Librarian

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    April 17, 2012 by jwfletcher

    The slides and notes for this presentation – due to be given at the Reduced Budgets? Increased Impact!┬áIncreasing LIS Impact …
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  3. Coding for Librarians : Applied knowledge is the best kind

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    January 10, 2012 by MMIT

    There’s been an impressive amount of librarian chatter about Code Year, a new initiative from the people behind Codeacademy. Codeacademy …
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  4. Data visualisation using Google fusion tables

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    June 21, 2011 by MMIT

    Fusion tables is yet another hidden gem that Google quietly graduated from Google Labs to their (seemingly perpetual) beta status. …
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  5. Getting started with Yahoo Pipes

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    June 1, 2011 by MMIT

    Using Yahoo Pipes has fast become a cornerstone of mashups in the library world. This popularity is largely down to …
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  6. Data, pipes, geeks and cake: Pancakes and Mash at Lincoln

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    March 9, 2011 by MMIT

    Pancakes and Mash, the eighth (!) Mashed Library event was held yesterday, organised by the gang at University of Lincoln. …
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  7. QR Codes in the wild

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    January 27, 2011 by MMIT

    QR codes are one of those things that has shifted from a ‘nice to have’ technology you hear about at …
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The MmIT group is a CILIP special interest group concerned with the organisation, delivery and exploration of information through modern media including graphic forms, video and web based application. This blog contains news from the group and about multimedia information and technology in the library and information. For more information about MmIT see http://www.cilip.org.uk/about/special-interest-groups/multimedia-information-technology-group.

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