Monthly Archives: February 2016

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Open Conversation: About Trust

Jan: Hi Michael. I enjoyed the slides of your Hyperlinked School Library: Explore, Engage, Celebrate keynote at ASLA 2009 (Australia School Library Association) very much and I want to ask you some questions about it. Talking about the continuous online computing Generation Y or Google Generation you pose the question: “How can we help them to be good digital citizens”. I wonder how you see the difference between ‘good citizens’ (which most baby boomers think they are) and ‘good digital citizens’? Michael: Jan, greetings from Queensland, Australia! You hit on an important question. Maybe there isn’t much of a distinction these […]

Thanks Montana Library Association!

We had a little server issue at TTW this week, so I am late posting my thanks to the good folks from the Montana Library Association and Montana libraries who hosted me as their keynote for the annual “Offline” conference in Lewistown. MT. What fun! Keynote slides Tech/Trends Session slides Image: Old Moccasin, MT School.

Upcoming Presentations Winter/Spring 2016

Winter/Spring 2016 Stephens, M. (2016). Keynote: The Hyperlinked Library: The Anywhere Service Dynamic. Montana Library Association Offline Conference, Lewiston, Montana, February 5, 2016. “Horizon Report Library Edition Panel.” Presented as part of a panel with Larry Johnson, Rudolph Mumenthaler, Franziska Regner, and Lambert Heller at the 6th Library Congress Leipzig, Germany, March 14, 2016. (Online) Stephens, M. (2016). The Hyperlinked Classroom: Extraordinary Learning Experiences in Public Libraries. Public Library Association Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, April 9, 2016. Stephens, M. (2016). Staff Development Day, Goderich Public Library, Goderich, Ontario, April 18, 2016. (Online) Stephens, M. (2016). Staff Development Day, Essex County Library, Essex, […]