We have two more projects today. First up:
Social Networking Tools & Marketing
This group used the Geneva Public Library’s Web presence to frame their presentation about marketing. They created a Drupal site for the library: http://librarylasso.com/geneva/ Wowza!
Social Networking for School Libraries
This group created a Ning for librarians and teachers, presenting [...]
It’s that time again! Today and tomorrow we have group presentations for LIS768.
Personal Learning Networks:
Karen’s Word Cloud of her own PLN
This group created a Ning for students in our program and explored all the possibilities for PLNs, including the fact that a good PLN is not just digital resources but [...]
Joshua Kim writes:
The best preparation I received for blogging was teaching online. One of the most important elements for running a successful online course involves presence. The instructor must be “present” in the course discussion boards and blogs. Teaching online gave me tons of practice in writing rapid, hopefully thought provoking, discussion and [...]
An Army of Davids (Podcast)
Community: The Structure of Belonging
Create your own video slideshow at animoto.com.
Googeled: The End of the World as We Know It
Grown Up Digital
Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out
I am loving this! Great stuff from Down Under. I’ll be adding this to my Intro to LIS course.
Links from my Dominican “Technology Bytes” session tomorrow:
Finding My Tribe at EDUCAUSE LI
WordPress as a Learning Management System – Move Over, Blackboard
Links from ALA Techsource Post:
Born Digital: http://www.educause.edu/Resources/BornDigital/196238 ELI2010 Presentations: http://www.educause.edu/Resources/Browse/ELI2010/37186 Gardener Campbell’s Blog: http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1/ Google Moderator: http://moderator.appspot.com/ Michael’s Hyperlinked Campus:http://www.educause.edu/Resources/CreativeCollaborationandImmers/196260 Twitter Symbiosis: http://www.educause.edu/Resources/TwitterSymbiosisALibrarianaHas/196234
Don’t miss this interview with the Kyle Jones all about the WordPressMU/BuddyPress sites he’s developing for my classes at
Q: What are the pros and cons of using BuddyPress in an educational / classroom environment?
A: No other LMS that I’m aware provides such a human touch on learning. We really see the students [...]
Thomas and I have worked together at Internet Librarian International 2008 and back in the day doing a podcast or two about Library 2.0. He’s one of the good thinkers in LIS who I wish I had more of a chance to sit with and talk. Glad to see his take on the iPad this [...]
Allow me to gush a bit. One of my students from last semester has had her LIS768 blog highlighted by BestBizWeb:
SITE: Megan Mulherin’s Blog
PURPOSE: This is a blog about news, trends, and tips related to information, research, online searching, and library issues.
SOURCE CHECK: This blog is [...]