Jesse Shera and Libraries Social Epistemology Review of Lessig’s Code Lessig’s Code Wiki 2 Chapter 6 Clay Shirky Powerlaws & Weblogs
It’s the last day of the last weekend of my Internet Fundamentals section. My students are sharing their Web projects! (Remember their Blogs?) These are fictional or “not official” mini-Web sites for a library or library service. Here are some of the projects: Archives Project: http://domin.dom.edu/students/chawapra/LIS753/FinalProject.html Fox River Grove Library: http://domin.dom.edu/students/roselaur/lis753/frglibrary.html Information Policy: http://domin.dom.edu/students/gornchris/753/infopolicy.html Resources […]
http://www.utdallas.edu/library/news/news.htm Well Done Mary Jo!
Thanks to everyone who commented on the Reinvention post, sent e-mails and posted flickr pictures tagged just so! — it really touched me. I appreciate your thoughtfulness! I have 2.5 more days at work at SJCPL and then I’m off to the next chapter.
Here’s the good news: I am gathering all my data, presentations and evidence to send to Dr. O’Connor for my “qualifying experience” at UNT. Next up: writing the porposal for my dissertation. Here’s a bit from a favorite researcher that is helping my thinking: Nancy Van House : http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/~vanhouse/projects.htm#blogs Avid topical bloggers see blogging as […]
God Bless Luke Rosenberger, who attended my SirsiDynix Webinar last week and sent a comment about the charts. He has helped me manipulate some of the mountain iof data with Excel skills that blow me away. He wrote: If I remember the survey correctly, you allowed respondents to choose multiple answers for that question….I think […]
Will Richardson posted a few days about about reinventing himself — about quitting his job — and today I can announce the same thing. I’m stunned …really… This morning I was offered and accepted a full time tenure-track teaching position at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Dominican University in River Forest, […]
For those folks in Canada at OLA or FIS, here’s a link to the materials from my presentations: http://tametheweb.com/blogpeople Thanks to Jessamyn who coded the pages for me whilst I was on the road last week.
Our afternoon was spent learning about blogs, libraries and what librarians can do with this tool. Each student got a Blogger blog. They agreeed that I could post them here. What amazes me is within 5 minutes opf posting (really as a way to share the URLs with the class) I had a comment from […]
Attention School Librarians, don’t miss UNT Cohort colleague Margaret Lincoln’s coverage of her work with students, blogging and the travelling Holocaust exhibit at School Library Journal. It’s fascinating and concrete proof of the power of blogging in schools. The Night Blog is here. As the media specialist in charge of coordinating technology related to Lakeview’s […]