Rebuilding

My fiancé pokes fun at me for having redesigned this site so many times; it seems I can’t let more than six months pass without switching themes, rearranging the layout, etc.. I play with the site because it’s fun and, until a few months ago, I hadn’t found a theme that met both my needs and aesthetic tastes. Several months ago, though, I switched to WooThemes’ Simplicity and managed to let things be for a while save for some minor tweaks.

Return visitors to the site may have noticed things have changed once again. This redesign hasn’t been as much fun as earlier ones, though, because I am doing the work after getting hacked. While I did have a recent backup, I decided against using any of those files to avoid uploading any lingering malicious code.

All things considered, it could have been a lot worse. Lest anyone is reading this post because they went Googling after experiencing something similar, I do have a couple of suggestions.
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ASCLA Virtual Convergence: The Disability Experience in a Post-2.0 World: Implications for Libraries

Welcome ASCLA Virtual Convergence Attendees!

The resources referenced in my presentation, The Disability Experience in a Post-2.0 World: Implications for Libraries, are listed below.  They are also available via the Diigo collaborative bookmarking site: mbfortson’s ascla11 Bookmarks on Diigo.
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MSU Libraries Emerging Technologies Summit: The Disability Experience in a Post-2.0 World: Implications for Libraries

Welcome MSU Libraries Emerging Technologies Summit attendees!

The resources referenced in my presentation, The Disability Experience in a Post-2.0 World: Implications for Libraries, are listed below.  They are also available via the Diigo collaborative bookmarking site: mbfortson’s msuet10 Bookmarks on Diigo.
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Access to Electronic Resources for Patrons with Disabilities

Welcome ALLA attendees!

As a companion to my ALLA/AACRL Best Practices Mini-Session, Access to Electronic Resources for Patrons with Disabilities, I’ve compiled this collection of resources for those who would like to learn more about library services and people with disabilities. The list is hardly exhaustive, but I hope it will provide interested persons with a good start. The links are also available via the Diigo collaborative bookmarking site: mbfortson’s alla_access Bookmarks on Diigo.
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Crash Course in Library Access & People with Disabilities

As a companion to my Young Librarian Series contribution, I compiled this set of links for those who would like to learn more about library services and people with disabilities.  This short list is hardly exhaustive, but I hope it will provide interested persons with a good start.  The links are also available via the Diigo collaborative bookmarking site: mbfortson’s yl_crash Bookmarks on Diigo.
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The Brewer-Porch Children’s Center Library Initiative: Serving the Needs of a Specialized Community through Communication and Collection Building

Librarian Jane C. Daugherty and I presented The Brewer-Porch Children’s Center Library Initiative: Serving the Needs of a Specialized Community Through Communication and Collection Building at a poster session of the 2009 Alabama Library Association Annual Convention.
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