Tag Archives: mashups

  1. 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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  2. Mashed Library events: ‘Liver and Mash’ and OCLC Mashathon 13-14th May 2010

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    April 15, 2010 by MMIT

    Booking is now open for the Mashed Library UK 2010¬†event to in Liverpool, Liver and Mash, but be quick as …
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  3. Middlemash: the third Mashed Library UK event (part two)

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    December 2, 2009 by MMIT

    The afternoon sessions of Middlemash were a chance to collaborate. It was loosely divided into 3 groups, although participants were …
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  4. Middlemash: the third Mashed Library UK event (part one)

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    December 1, 2009 by MMIT

    Middlemash was the third Mashed Library UK event, following on from the event in London in 2008 and Mash Oop North held last year in Huddersfield. These events bring together those who fall on the more techie side of librarianship (whether intentionally or by accident). Structured more like an unconference with a focus on practical outcomes, the days are generally fuelled by ideas and caffeine. The official(ish) definition of Mashed Library is “bringing together interested people and doing interesting stuff with libraries and technology”.

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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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