Digital Learning Day – Feb 6, 2013

Digital Learning Day is coming up on Febraury 6, 2013.  Showcase your classroom and school! Digital Learning Day is a national campaign that celebrates teachers and shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use […]

Two free webinars: eBooks & WordPress

I’m very happy to be participating in the next Carterette Series webinars sponsored by the Georgia Library Association on Wednesday, January 18 from 2 – 4:15 PM. Registration is free. The always awesome Kate Sheehan […]

14 Things To Tame

Check out  14 Things to Tame, a terrific new Learning 2.0 project for teachers from Sara Kelley-Mudie.  They’ll be covering a lot of ground over the next 15 weeks! You can be sure I’ll be […]

Cool Tools for School

We kicked off another Learning 2.0 program today! This one is called Cool Tools for School and was the brainchild of  J’aime Pfeiffer (Capital Region BOCES) and her colleagues at other nearby BOCES School Library […]

Making Learning Stick

I’m just catching up after spending most of the week at the Internet Librarian conference. And what a terrific conference it was! I was happy to participate in the Learning, Literacy & Training track on […]

23 Things for Professional Development

I posted this on our Learn with CDLC project web site. If you want to continue learning more “things” over the summer, here’s a terrific opportunity! The 23 Things for Professional Development program starts June […]

Learn with CDLC! Learning 2.0 program

Learn with CDLC is off to a great start! We have 150 people signed up for this program, with close to 50 already on the waiting list for the next program. We just didn’t have […]

Yay it’s National Gaming Day!

Woo hoo! It’s National Gaming Day this Saturday! On November 14, 2009, libraries across the country will participate in the largest, simultaneous national video game tournament ever held! Kids will be able to compete against […]

Technology Competencies: Can Your Staff Do This Stuff?

Need to update your tech skills?  Image via Wikipedia WebJunction has published a wonderful new document that details the basic skills that library staff should have – from management skills to tech skills to public […]

Free Rice – Feed the World, Exercise Your Brain

I’d forgotten about the Free Rice website until a friend mentioned it on Facebook today.  For every right answer to their online quizzes, they donate free rice to the UN World Food Program. And now […]

Scratch Day: May 16, 2009

Do you know kids who would like to create their own online games, stories, animations and more? Who doesn’t! Then take a look at Scratch – a wonderful free programming tool “designed to help young […]

Teacher Training Videos

I love it when I find a great new resource, only to realize that I bookmarked it in delicious account months ago! So much for my memory. In any case, here’s one of those resources […]