I can’t help but think about a few days in Arizona while the temp falls outside here in Indiana. I’ll be presenting a workshop in March: Taming Technolust: Technology Planning in a Hyperlinked World Thursday, March 3, 2011 9:00 am – 3:15 pm Carnegie Library Main Floor How do we effectively plan in this shiny new world of emerging tech, when anyone in your library can create a library blog at a free hosting site, develop an online presence at sites such as Flickr or Facebook for the library, or launch the institution’s own social network with a few mouse […]
February 4, 2011: Staff Institute, Ela Area Public Library, Lake Zurich, Illinois. March 3, 2011: “Taming Technolust: Technology Planning in a Hyperlinked World,” Phoenix, Arizona March 18, 2011: Library Innovation Conference, Western New York Library Resources Council, Buffalo, New York. March 28 & 29, 2011: Turkish Library Week Presentations, Istanbul, Turkey. May 2-4, 2011: New Jersey Library Association Conference, President’s Program & Trends & Tech Presentation, Long Branch, New Jersey. May 12, 2011: Keynote, Association des bibliothécaires du Québec Library Association, Montreal, Québec. May 17, 2011: “Heretical Thoughts about LIS Education,” The Future of the Academic Library Symposium, Hamilton, Ontario.
This time we are all in the front line, originally uploaded by Phil Bradley.
Download the full poster here: ELI_Poster_acad15_v5 Michael Stephens, Gail Matthews-DeNatale, and David Wedaman recently conducted a proof-of-concept research project on perspectives of higher education academic support staff. We’ll present a poster on the topic at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. in mid-February, 2011. A brief overview and the fifteen emergent key themes are posted here; you can also see a more detailed overview document. The “Academic 15:” Emerging Roles in 21st-Century Learning Support I. Overview We interviewed 24 library and I.T. professionals serving in positions that directly supported teachers, learners, and researchers, to understand their perspectives on curricular change and […]