On Friday, 12/14/12 Steven Bell and John Shank and their guest, Jonathan Finkelstein, Founder and Executive Producer of LearningTimes and Director of the BadgeStack Project, invite you to attend the next Blended Librarians webcast. In this session, we will explore the latest thinking around the use of Digital Badges as an engagement strategy and as a form of microcredential or certification.
The Blended Librarians Online Learning Community was pleased to have Elliott Felix, Founder and Director of brightspot Strategy as the guest speaker for a webcast held on October 3, 2013. In the talk “Trends, Tools and Tactics for Better ...
Hello all, Our next live show will air on Wednesday, the 23 of October at 11:30am. We will have Steven Bell – AUL of Research & Instructional Services – former ACRL President.The topic will be: The Role of the Blended Librarian.
Being a blended librarian means having a combination of traditional library skills, instructional design skills, and pedagogical knowledge of educational technology. It also means developing some strong technology skills to support that ‘blendedness.’
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