Daily Archives: September 18, 2006


Via David Warlick at http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/2006/09/18/listening-to-student-voices/: Ian Jukes, just sent me a link to a study that was published last year by Education|Evolving, a joint venture between the Center for Policy Studies and Hamline University in Minnesota. The report, Listening to Student Voices — on Technology (pdf), describes 15 findings, culled […]

Listening to Student Voices (From David Warlick)




Via the OPLS Blog: “12 Really Necessary Things to Learn” I’ll share this with my LIS701 Class tonight. http://blog.guykawasaki.com/2006/08/ten_things_to_l.html From Guy Kawasaki: 1. How to talk to your boss. 2. How to survive a meeting that’s poorly run. 3. How to run a meeting. 4. How to figure out anything […]

Ten More Things to Learn Before You Graduate


As I posted a few days ago, I am eagerly awaiting Jenny Levine’s Library Technology Report on Gaming in Libraries. Until then, read her insightful post “How Do we Measure gaming…”: Or do we somehow try to measure participation, like we do for the summer reading program or the teen […]

On Gaming in Libraries: Levine Steps Up