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David Weinberger

Ideas from David.  One of the issues with David’s speech is him using library as the old model, as the paper model. Library vs. the Web. Library for some is the place of access. Format of the footnote is of much less interest than the data itself.  Ability to have a common identifier (DOI) Knowledge [...]

David Weinberger

Ideas from David.  One of the issues with David’s speech is him using library as the old model, as the paper model. Library vs. the Web. Library for some is the place of access. Format of the footnote is of much less interest than the data itself.  Ability to have a common identifier (DOI) Knowledge [...]

On critiquing student art / work on- and offline

Honesty disclaimer: I think my daughter is pretty terrific. Emily and I were chatting a couple of weeks ago after a bit of frustration we both felt relating to parent (and other adult) reluctance to comment on our students’ work online, especially when we use some super-easy, comment-inviting tools like VoiceThread. New Web-based tools allow [...]

On critiquing student art / work on- and offline

Honesty disclaimer: I think my daughter is pretty terrific. Emily and I were chatting a couple of weeks ago after a bit of frustration we both felt relating to parent (and other adult) reluctance to comment on our students’ work online, especially when we use some super-easy, comment-inviting tools like VoiceThread. New Web-based tools allow [...]

Revised docs supporting intellectual freedom for young people

I’ve been talking about 2.0 as an intellectual freedom issue for a long time now.  But, you don’t have to take my word for it. Helen Adams, of ALA’s Intellectual Freedom Committee, shared the following new and revised documents on the AASL Forum list this week.  The documents join the existing Interpretations of the Library [...]

Revised docs supporting intellectual freedom for young people

I’ve been talking about 2.0 as an intellectual freedom issue for a long time now.  But, you don’t have to take my word for it. Helen Adams, of ALA’s Intellectual Freedom Committee, shared the following new and revised documents on the AASL Forum list this week.  The documents join the existing Interpretations of the Library [...]

A video taste of ALA! (The book side)

It may be hard to believe, but for me ALA wasn’t all research presentations and smackdowns and committee meetings. I wanted to share just a little more of my other ALA experience, especially those experiences relating to books.  So here’s a little video taste. Here’s Neil Gaiman on why writers write, as he accepted the [...]

A video taste of ALA! (The book side)

It may be hard to believe, but for me ALA wasn’t all research presentations and smackdowns and committee meetings. I wanted to share just a little more of my other ALA experience, especially those experiences relating to books.  So here’s a little video taste. Here’s Neil Gaiman on why writers write, as he accepted the [...]

Another great top 25

25 Tools: A Tool Box for Learning Professionals is simply too good to miss.  This third annual list was compiled by Jane Hart who also maintains the E-Learning Tip of the Day Blog,  one of my favorite resource blogs.  If you are a learning tool junkie like me, it is a must-subscribe. 25 Tools: A [...]

Another great top 25

25 Tools: A Tool Box for Learning Professionals is simply too good to miss.  This third annual list was compiled by Jane Hart who also maintains the E-Learning Tip of the Day Blog,  one of my favorite resource blogs.  If you are a learning tool junkie like me, it is a must-subscribe. 25 Tools: A [...]