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The great library wheelie chair race

Find more videos like this on TeacherLibrarianNetwork If you are looking for a serious post, please read someone else’s blog today.  Somedays our library is a bit wacky. Video background: It was a quiet end to a busy day in the library.  It was also May 30th.  For an entire semester, Charlie and Max inhabited [...]

The great library wheelie chair race

Find more videos like this on TeacherLibrarianNetwork If you are looking for a serious post, please read someone else’s blog today.  Somedays our library is a bit wacky. Video background: It was a quiet end to a busy day in the library.  It was also May 30th.  For an entire semester, Charlie and Max inhabited [...]

100 Free Library 2.0 Webinars & Tutorials

It’s kind of interesting (and kind of good) that a new blog, devoted to college distance learning, is interested in the philosophy of Library 2.0.  Check out Jessica Merritt’s list of 100 Free Library 2.0 Webinars and Tutorials on College@Home blog. The long list of things in yesterday’s post includes something for everyone–school, public, and [...]

100 Free Library 2.0 Webinars & Tutorials

It’s kind of interesting (and kind of good) that a new blog, devoted to college distance learning, is interested in the philosophy of Library 2.0.  Check out Jessica Merritt’s list of 100 Free Library 2.0 Webinars and Tutorials on College@Home blog. The long list of things in yesterday’s post includes something for everyone–school, public, and [...]

Presentation reform (Chapter 2)

End of the year.  Time to reflect.  Time for honesty. One of the big initiatives of our year was school-wide presentation reform. Some things worked. Others didn’t quite.  We had stellar examples and we had some real disappointments. On the positive side, nearly all our presentations improved in terms of the students’ slide design, their [...]

Presentation reform (Chapter 2)

End of the year.  Time to reflect.  Time for honesty. One of the big initiatives of our year was school-wide presentation reform. Some things worked. Others didn’t quite.  We had stellar examples and we had some real disappointments. On the positive side, nearly all our presentations improved in terms of the students’ slide design, their [...]

Nings as video parking lots

You may know,  I’ve gone a little video crazy these days.  So have my students. We can certainly park our school-related video on our school server.  But I haven’t found a way to embed from the server to share those video where we often need to share them–on wikis and blogs. Last month, I discovered [...]

Nings as video parking lots

You may know,  I’ve gone a little video crazy these days.  So have my students. We can certainly park our school-related video on our school server.  But I haven’t found a way to embed from the server to share those video where we often need to share them–on wikis and blogs. Last month, I discovered [...]

My husband weighs in

This morning at breakfast, my husband asked me what I blogged about this week. This is not our usual breakfast banter.  So, I was eager for an opportunity to catch him up. I told him about my recent survey of use and filtering of 2.0 tools. I told him about how, when I travel to [...]

My husband weighs in

This morning at breakfast, my husband asked me what I blogged about this week. This is not our usual breakfast banter.  So, I was eager for an opportunity to catch him up. I told him about my recent survey of use and filtering of 2.0 tools. I told him about how, when I travel to [...]