Monthly Archives: May 2013

Note from Michael: Elaine takes us through her work on the #transtech group project for Huntington Beach Public Library and connects to our course texts. i am happy to share this insightful reflection!   This report outlines the unique experiences, challenges, and opportunities in developing a Learning 2.0 program for […]

Reflection on a New Culture of Learning:? Implementing a Learning ...

The White Plains Public Library is doing some amazing things with their teens (claymation, LEGO catapults, and more) with Teen Librarian Erik Carlson at the helm.  Recently, they finished up a minute long PSA about distracted driving.  I’ll turn it over to Erik for more: This idea came from a […]

Distracted Driving PSA created by Teens at the White Plains ...

My new “Office Hours” column is up at Library Journal: It’s a response to this letter last month in LJ by Krystal Taylor, an LIS student at IUPUI Indianapolis: Something quite disturbing is happening to my LIS program…. As of next semester, the program is going almost exclusively to online […]

Office Hours: Lackluster Online Programs?

Personal Learning Network – Presentation “Developing”, as it pertains to my title of this blog, is defined as the ongoing development, utilization, and management of my personal learning network. It is not something that “is done” and then complete, it is something that will, with careful nurturing and management, follow […]

Developing My Personal Learning Network: Processes, Decisions and Outcomes ...

Brian Kenney’s new piece in Publishers Weekly is on Maker Spaces: I love his take: What’s radical about maker spaces in libraries? Pretty much everything. Maker spaces are messy in a library world that values order, disruptive in a culture run by schedules, chaotic in a profession that did, […]

Maker Space Disruption – New PW Piece by Brian Kenney