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In PLN news 2 . . .Mightybell TLChat

tlchatmightlybell

A couple of posts ago I wrote about Mightybell as a new platform for curation and conversation. Let’s test drive it. I’ve set up a TLChat space.  Stop in and play. Add your favorite resources.  Invite friends.  Post questions.  Start chats.  I’d be happy to make any TL who asks a host.

Guide for TLs (and on curating digital content)

guidefortls

Lately I’ve been reading a bit about digital content curation, also referred to as human editorial curation or aggregation.  I think we’ve been doing this type of work for a long time in the form of widget-based pathfinders, but now folks seem to be talking about it. In a recent Mashable post, blogger, author, and [...]

Buffy’s Poll: Crowdsourcing the Critical Reads

Buffy Hamilton  (Unquiet Librarian and new Mover and Shaker) recently posted: Crowdsourcing Recommended Reads for Issues in School Librarianship.  Inspired by a request from her mentor and friend, Dr. Mary Ann Fitzgerald, of the University of Georgia, Buffy polled her PLN for recommendations for a recently published single book: a paradigm shifter sort of book [...]

Thanks for the videos, Mike!

Mike Eisenberg, Dean Emeritus and Professor at the University of Washington iSchool and co-founder of Big6, shares a growing series of video conversations that should provoke both understanding and discussion of topics and issues near and dear to the hearts of teacher librarians, topics and issues that should matter to everyone involved in learning. In [...]

Rachel meets and conquers the bearded dragon: guest post from a second-year librarian

Rachel Goldberg

This summer, while attending a Library of Congress program, I met Rachel Goldberg, a middle school librarian about to begin her second year in the profession.  I was impressed by her passion and enthusiasm and I asked her to share in a post something I can no longer myself share–the TL experience from the lens [...]