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 […]
Technology Competencies: Can Your Staff Do This Stuff?
Need to update your tech skills?Â 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 […]
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 â€œdesigned 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 […]
Can’t Keep Up? We’re not alone!
(flickr image by spine) I always feel overwhelmed with everything that I want to keep up with and I bet you do too. So it made me relax and smile to read Joyce Valenza’s post […]
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 […]
23 Things at the Connecticut State Library
The Connecticut State Library launched 2.0@CSL last week, a 23 things Learning 2.0 project for State Library staff. Kris Abery, Sharon Clapp and Nancy Peluso were the masterminds behind the project and have done a […]
Games in Education Symposium – Aug 19-20
This looks really interesting. Wish I could attend. The second annual Games in Education Symposium, free to middle and high school teachers, is scheduled for Tuesday & Wednesday, August 19-20th and will take place at […]