Here's a fun idea! Combine QR Codes that link to video book trailers on a laminated sign taped to the back of a bathroom stall door that says "Do NOT Scan These!" and you should get the kids streaming into the high school library to check out books!
You found this blogpost, so you are probably (a) an educator and (b) relatively tech-savvy, so why don't you own your own domain name yet? The world of domain name ownership has changed, so step up your teaching game and buy your own domain name.
Using the hooks of reality television and social media, middle-grades librarian Gwyneth Jones writes in this blog post about a research project on Greek Mytholo
"Using the hooks of reality television and social media, middle-grades librarian Gwyneth Jones writes in this blog post about a research project on Greek Mythology she and her English teacher-partners created for standardized testing week. Preparing to have limited time and computer availability during the lessons, the teachers streamlined the research process by offering online "playlists" of sources and social media-inspired worksheets for students to present their findings. "---> W00t! Sweet!
We could spend an entire day getting lost in one of JF Rauzier's libraries, which we spotted on Trendland. The French photographer composes grandiose, imaginary, international libraries from variou...
OK, The Daring Librarian officially LOVES this article, thank you!....But her only complaint & outrage (other than that of writing in 3rd person) is that these pictures are to WAY TOO small! Must. Be. Bigger. #LibraryPr0n
This is a story about Sister Libraries, Twitter, Google+ Hangout, and connecting kids! It all started with a Tweet by my dear friend & Tweep Tiffany Whitehead aka The Mighty Little Librarian and her awesome BFF EL teacher Alaina Laperouse both of Central Middle School in Baton Rouge Louisiana!
Portfolios en ligne des HyperPhotos du photographe Jean-Francois Rauzier, un monde imaginaire dans lequel infiniment grand et infiniment petit se marient au coeur de paysages immenses peuplés de détails insolites...
Sacré Bleu! FULL SIZE Gorgeous pics of Ideal Libraries! by Rauzier #LibraryPr0n!
-GREAT IDEA!!!: View full screen & then take a Screen shot for an OUTSTANDINGLY gorgeous Computer Screen Wallpaper!
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