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Protecting your reputation online: 4 things you need to know

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A few days back, Mashable shared this infographic on e-reputation management. The very same advice digital marketing firm KBSD offers adults can be applied to high school students. College admissions officers, internship supervisors, and first employers are likely looking at our students’ personal profiles and social networking images and content to discover both their positive […]

Which style? The responses

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A few days back, I presented a little survey to explore which documentation styles were most prevalent at the K12 and the university levels.  The question came out of a Social Studies Department professional development session. At our high school, we’ve been using MLA for all but Science Department projects.  Our students move fairly easily […]

Which style?

photo © 2008 Ethan Lofton | more info (via: Wylio) Our district is exploring the most prevalent documentation style at the university level. And I am also curious about which styles are used most broadly at the K12 level. So I thought I’d do a little survey and report the results here in a couple […]

Mashpedia and Zomobo, the real back story in realtime search

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I’m a Mashpedia fan. I’ve been a fan since back in April 2010, when I first posted about its coolness for aggregating real-time content and its availability in multiple languages.  Since then I’ve been sharing it with my students and gushing about its value at conferences. So I was intrigued when I discovered Zomobo this […]

Why cite?

I am adding this little video to my 9th grade orientation agenda for the fall and I’ve added it to my documentation guide. Produced by the University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries, the film features a college student sharing his soul on an information ethical therapist’s couch and a visit from an uncited journalist. […]