Presentation at Indiana University Libraries Information Literacy Colloquium- August 1 2014 Presented research from Chris Gibson's summer undergraduate DURI pr… (Presentation slides from #IULILC2014 http://t.co/X2wnngBjWh...
Valerie Hill's insight:
Teaching information literacy in global digital participatory culture is my passion. Through new curation tools, I can access other's thoughts on this concept (twitter, scoopit, etc). The luxury of meeting face to face would allow us to argue over elements like authority, accuracy, and the rise of the prosumer. But that luxury is left in the past and I move on toward the hit and miss of learning as a whirling dervish, glancing up whenever something appeals to my interest.
The next industrial revolution is right around the corner, and it's going to be bigger than the internet—or so says a growing army of hackers, designers, artists, and entrepreneurs. Across the country,
Now in its 5th year, The Digital Shift: Libraries @ the Center virtual conference will focus the attention of library professionals on libraries’ central role in the transformation of our culture from analog experiences to digital experiences. Participants will engage in a dynamic day-long conversation about our shared digital future. We’ll examine how libraries drive …
If there’s one phrase I dislike more than the latest company touting itself as the “Netflix for books,” it’s when the retort is that such a thing already exists and it’s called the library. The library is not a Netflix for books.
Some very exciting news from the KF. Spread the word!!! More soon. From a John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Blog Post by John Bracken: On Sept. 10, we’re opening the next News Challenge, on libraries. Our 12th News Challenge, it will build upon
“The "take a book, return a book" boxes are catching in even on places where Kindles and brick-and-mortar books abound. (Low tech appeal of @LtlFreeLibrary via the @TheAtlantic featuring #wsnc own Sarah Maxy http://t.co/ERA9as2lpe)...”
Copyright for Educators & Librarians is a free online class taught by Kevin Smith, Lisa A. Macklin and Anne Gilliland of Duke University, Emory University and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
For over a year we at Doklab do Extreme Library Makeovers as part of our consultancy products. The idea for the Extreme Library Makeover (ELM) was born out of the many questions we received on the implementation of innovation and innovative thinking in library organizations. One of the recurring questions is where to start and …