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Technology and Education: Are Library Schools Doing Enough

Michael, Mary & Jenny: Technology and Education: Are Library Schools Doing Enough

Jenny blogs her notes from our morning session Friday at the Ontario Library Association conference: "Technology and Education: Are Library Schools Doing Enough." I love Jenny's super-duper note taking prowess! The group laughed when I invoked "LS2."

Also, I really enjoyed Jenny and Mary Cavanaugh's presentations and the discussion that followed.

Download my presentation here.

Visit Dr. Steven MacCall's syllabus for his "mashed-up" medical librarianship and Library 2.0 class here.


Check out this idea for a class too!

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