Is There a Place for Media Specialists Who Don’t Know Social Media?

Image via Wikipedia This should be a great discussion!!! Participate live – Thursday night. Join us tomorrow on the Future of Education at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern / 12am GMT (next day) when Joyce […]

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 […]

Scratch: Imagine, Program, Share

Scratch, from the MIT Media Lab, is a programming tool “designed to help young people (ages 8 and up) develop 21st century learning skills. As they create Scratch projects, young people learn important mathematical and […]

Technology, learning, global connections

Quote from the 2009 Horizon Report on Will Richardson’s weblogg-ed. Information technologies are having a significant impact on how people work, play, gain information, and collaborate. Increasingly, those who use technology in ways that expand […]

School Library Systems and the New York State Budget Crisis

New York State’s School Library Systems are taking quite a financial hit in the current economic crisis. There will be cuts to many of the important support and training services they provide to school library […]

21st Century Skills Conversation Starters

Judi Repman of Georgia Southern University wrote a great post a few days ago on the Georgia Library Media Association blog on starting conversations with educators about “21st century skills”. She’s gathered a wonderful list […]