"Make It @ Your Library grew out of an IMLS grant-funded library program (ILEAD USA), with “the intention of helping librarians realize makerspace projects in their communities” (how could we NOT love this??)."
This week on Edutweetoz is going to be a bit different. Because it's the last week of the year for many teachers in Australia we thought we'd use this time to look back and ahead to 2014 before Edu...
@EduTweetOz reflects & celebrates learning w/ 6 Brilliant days of Hashtags! What a great idea!
This is the end of their school and calendar year and these brilliant educators: @poppyshel @corisel, @dbatty1 and @liz_loveslife and one of my personal inspirations @tina_p have found a way with 6 awesome hashtags to create a conversation that's both reflect and rejoice in the strong educator PLN they have created within their country!
WOW! I am staggared by this concept and intend to chime in a wee bit! Why don't you join in, too? This is the kind of idea that we should ALL embrace!
Because with our rich, diverse, and generous global Twitter PLN what do borders or time zones really mean when it comes to learning and sharing?
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