Peter Morville writes:
In fact, the LMS is ground zero for the future of the academic library. If these libraries hope to remain relevant, they must provide information and services at the point of need. Embedding librarians and LibGuides is a good start, but what’s most critical is an embeddable search widget.
Students must have a quick, easy way [...]
Over the past few weeks I’ve been reflecting on the connections I make in a digital world. The main purpose for the reflection was to fulfil a MIS assessment on Online Personal Learning Networks [OPLN] in Dr. Michael Stephens Fall 2012 Transformative Learning & Technology Literacies class. I think that Richardson and Mancabelli’s description of an [...]
Reprinted with permission from the Australian School Library Association Inc. (ASLA) ACCESS, Vol. 26, No. 4, November 2012.
A lot has changed in the years since I visited Australia and spoke at the ASLA conference in 2009. Rapid technological advances continue to change the way we communicate, share and learn. The landscape can be [...]
Video: Hamburg, TUHH. Courtesy of the Zukunftwerkstatt
Christoph Deeg was my gracious traveling companion for much of the week. (Photo by Martin Kramer)
I want to extend heartfelt thanks to everyone who attended my talks in Germany and the good folks who worked so tirelessly to bring me [...]
Yesterday I presented the SJSU SLIS Lecture at the California Library Association. Thanks to all who attended and participated. Download the slides here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/239835/StephensLearningEverywhereCLA.pdf
Soon-to-open TechStudio, a photo by Michael Casey on Flickr.
Michael Casey writes: “Photo of TechStudio offerings. Not everything is in this photo, but most is. Not pictured are the green screen, an extra two headphones, one more Apogee microphone, another two small tripods, many cables and connectors, and the other iMac, desk and lamp.”