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A very nice rubric for evaluating Information
http://www.thedigitalshift.com/2013/12/k-12/steal-infographic/ Only 72%? After banging ...
For many communities, the library is still a place where people gather for a little peace and quiet, as well as the chance to kick back and learn, but with new technology moving into the book niche, some establishments could be looking to go above...
I'm worried I might fall asleep in these.
8 Ways The Librarian Of The Future Will Keep Themselves Busy
But I'm already really busy!!! Rescooped from classmate @Liz Carnell
As Cindy Rogers stated, the future is now. I do this every time I teacher a lesson about research.
New trends in Librarianship
Using Twitter is really about the here and now. You find an interesting article, a cool picture, an awesome video, or maybe you just want to share something you’ve just realized or thought of.
I love to be able to organise my social metworking in times that suit me not just when I have time.
Create topic pages with photos, videos, tweets and documents. Share them with everyone.
Here is another content curation tool for us to explore. I wonder how this stacks up against Scoop.it and paper.li?
ALIA home Page - Australian Internet Filter
Are we planning to have our own storytime?
For the One Fine Day in Emerald City Hunt, May 1-30. This is a 10L hunt. Hint and more hunt info here: slurl.com/secondlife/Low%20Prim%20Furniture/127/128/23
HUNT: A few of Sera Lok's great hunt gifts for May Hunts. This one is 10L, but really!!! so worth it.
This is cool, but would suck if there was an earthquake.
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Instructions on using scoop.it for the classroom
This was the Scoop.it tutorial we looked at in class today. I think it was a good introduction. Can anyone else recommend one they liked?
ALIA national simultaneous storytime 2013 home page
I think we should hold our own Simultaneous Storytime at VU. This book is AWESOME!
A look at the many ways Google is enhancing education.
Love them or hate them you can't ignore Google and the inroads they are making into education and your school?
This article contains timely tips on how to maintain a professional image with colleagues while engaging effectively in social media.
Some good tips here. I realy like the idea of using HALT before you post.
With Doctor Who's fiftieth anniversary almost upon us what better time to find out a bit more about Central Library's pet Dalek. The Dalek's many guises have been amusing and confusing visitors to ...
I'm not a Dr Who fan - but I'm sure there will be lots of library patrons who will like this.
Who knew there was a Dalek in our midst?!
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Much attention has been paid to 3D Printing lately, with new companies developing cheaper and more efficient consumer models that have wowed the tech communi...
I really like this video on 3D printing. Not only does it give some good insights into how the technology works but also looks at some of the intellectual property and economic issues. With more libraries looking at installing 3D printers for public use it's a really hot topic.
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Check out this playlist to see all the free RDA webinars from ALCTS.
Everything you every wanted to know about RDA - Yay!!!!!
*Edit New Professionals NZ and ALIA NGAC are joining forces to offer ANZ 23 Mobile Things! You can now sign up to join the NZ/Australian cohort working through 23 Mobile Things - we're starting wit...
Dont forget to sign up for 23 mobile things.
What do you think will be the furture of the library profession? This paper might give you some food for thought.
Are you loving learning about social media and want to find out about other technologies that will be important in your personal and professional life? You can join in this free online course and learn about a new application every week. The course is very informal and a great way to talk to others in the industry while building your skills.
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