- kiddle, kidrex, search engines for kids?
- Snipping Tool for screenshots
- Free Mini READ Poster Generator from ALA
- Workshop Idea: Libraries as Learning Spaces – Maybe?
- Social Media & Libraries Workshops
- Screenast-o-matic – Animated gifs
- Jauntful: Create your own travel guides
- Nearpod is launching 3D Virtual Field Trips
- Is the moon ever really blue?
- Canva for Work is now free for non-profits
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Category Archives: Social Networking
If you’re having as much fun with Pinterest as I am, you’ve probably noticed that many pinned images don’t link back to an original source. Or worse, they don’t link back to any source at all! It’s frustrating to find … Continue reading →
Like so many other folks, I’m having a lot of fun with Pinterest. When it released invitations last spring, I grabbed one and included it in my school library workshops as a way for students to gather images and curate … Continue reading →
Have you tried FourSquare yet? It’s a new-ish social networking tool that lets you use your phone to checkin at the places you visit during your day. You can share those locations and tips about them with your friends. Along … Continue reading →
On Sept 24th, I’ll be participating in a forum at the 2009 COSLINE (Council of State Library Agencies in the Northeast) meeting. The theme for the conference is the role of technology on delivery of statewide services. I’ll be leading … Continue reading →
If you’re a teacher/librarian, do you friend your students on Facebook? MySpace? twitter? flickr? Do you communicate via email? IM? Texting? Is Facebook different than other tools for some reason? As educators do we have the responsibility for teaching smart/safe … Continue reading →
If you’re using Facebook and haven’t paid attention to who can see what you’re posting, take a look at this great post by Nick O’Neill on 10 Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know. Facebook’s privacy settings are a bit … Continue reading →