Presented at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh June 4th, 2012
- 10 Ways Twitter Will Make You a Better Employee, Better at Your Job and Benefit Your Library
- 6 Facebook Pages Every Librarian Should Follow, Plus 17 Bonus Pages
- My Favorite Tools In 10 Installments: 1. Google Tools
- My Favorite Tools in Ten Installments: 2. Twitter
- My Favorite Tools and Tips in Ten Installments: 3. Bit.ly
- My Favorite Tools and Tips in Ten Installments: 4. Facebook
- My Favorite Tools and Tips in Ten Installments: 5. Evernote
- Be the Master of Your Domain, How to Conquer Your Feed Reader
- Yes You Do Have The Time to Learn That New Fangled Internet, Just Put Down The Remote
- There Are No Magic Beans You Have To Do The Work
- Employers You Don’t Have a Facebook Problem You Have an Employee Problem
- Control is an Illusion You Need to Let Go
- Library Usage Will Go Up During a Recession – Management Are You Really Prepared?
- Want Innovation? Get Out of the Way
- Change Anything: The New Science of Personal Success
- Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard
- The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
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Zickuhr, K., & Smith, A. (2012). Digital differences. Washington, D.C: Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project.