Earlier this week, I shared how we used Think, Puzzle, Explore as a fun and meaningful learning structure to ignite student interest in a topic and to build prior knowledge as we started a unit of study on sustainability with 11th grade AP students.
The News Journal Imagining the library of the future The News Journal ... many cities, counties and towns have taken on the challenge of reinventing the local library. One of the most successful is Chattanooga, Tenn.
“I Don’t Have The Time.” Have you said this in a meeting or a discussion with a colleague? Has this rolled off the tongue when confronted with an unexpected change, a new technology, or another initiative?
Despite the promotion of outcome-based evaluation by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) almost from its inception in 1996, the difference among an input, an output, and an outcome is still unclear to many in the public library...
When we conceived the LJ Index in 2008, neither we nor anyone else in the public library community would have imagined we all would have to wait five years for a new output measure to be mandated for U.S.
With a degree in English Literature and advanced education my parents have so generously funded…along with decades as a librarian and an Administrator…I like to think of myself as “well-spoken”. I occasionally even relish the notion that I might ...
Zanesville Times Recorder Library funding cuts provide opportunity for change Zanesville Times Recorder After several studies, the library has decided to focus more on the technological future of books and reference material, scaling back on some...
Rethinking the library proves a divisive topic at many liberal arts institutions Inside Higher Ed Several library directors at liberal arts institutions have lost their jobs as they clash with faculty and administrators over how much -- and how...
I want to be clear: I'm not 100 years old. But when the twelve year old girl sitting next to me at the Broadcom Masters awards started talking about what to do with Raspberry Pi, the first answer that came to my mind was: "eat it?
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