- kiddle, kidrex, search engines for kids?
- Haiku Deck for Great Presentations
- New York State Performers and Programs Database
- Snipping Tool for screenshots
- Screenast-o-matic – Animated gifs
- Free Mini READ Poster Generator from ALA
- Notes.io: Quick Notetaking Tool
- Nearpod is launching 3D Virtual Field Trips
- Is the moon ever really blue?
- GoGooligans?? A no go.
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Category Archives: Library 2.0
The hardy Cycling for Libraries riders are just about done with their journey. If I’ve counted the days right, they should be rolling into Tallinn, Estonia today (Tuesday Aug 8) after cycling for 10 days and 600 km! Here’s one … Continue reading
Day 2? Well really, just day 3. Forgot to write yesterday and even though I did have a few notes from the day, they’ve disappeared along with any memory of what I was doing. I know that I sat at … Continue reading
It’s not too late to join in the All Together Now Learning 2.0 program that started this week. It’s being led by Michael Stephens of Tame The Web. Free, fun, you’ll learn a lot, you’ll connect with new colleagues. The … Continue reading
Seems to me that bookmobiles are very “library 2.0” and have been for the last 50 years or so. Talk about taking the library out to the community. But The Boston Globe thinks that bookmobiles are fading away: Bookmobiles’ final … Continue reading
Thanks to Carolyn Foote over on library20.ning.com for sharing this info about the upcoming K12 Online Conference 2007. The conference will focus on web 2.0 tools and their role in learning. Presentations will be posted online. Several “live events” will … Continue reading
Back by Popular Request – Library 2.0 Tech CampTwo 2-day tech camps were held over the summer. Apparently we had a waiting list for those sessions. So Linda Fox at Capital Region BOCES School Library System has scheduled another session. … Continue reading