This was my first time doing interviews face-to-face. The audio quality isn't always the best and I apologize for that, but hopefully the quality of the speakers will make up for it! Andy Woodworth and I discussed ebooks and the digital divide. Barbara Stripling spoke with me about her role in Molly Raphael's "Empowering Voices, Transforming Communities" initiative. Gina Millsap spoke about using market segmentation to find new library users and how to better cater to your current ones. Lindsey Levinsohn and Annie Seiler spoke with me about using Twitter at library conferences. Maurice Coleman and I talked about his excellent podcast, T is for Training, and other sundry topics.
''We have access to an exponentially growing amount of information to process and apply. There are many excellent tools we can all use to help in constructing and organizing that content. Here's a short selection of some of the more popular ones. They can be used by individuals and also by students or teachers collaborating in groups.''
The Educational Technology - ICT in Education website is aimed at teachers, users, leaders and managers of educational ICT. Published by Terry Freedman, a UK-based independent educational consultant. (Preaching to the choir!
The ironic and rather wonderful thing about banning books is that the act doesn't, actually, do much to keep the books from being read. If anything, it inspires further interest in them, and sometimes sales, too.
The library, as we once knew it, may no longer be relevant. School librarians, as we once knew them, may no longer be relevant. And, yet, this is undoubtedly the most exciting time in history to be a librarian.
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