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Connecting Communities: LIBR 298 Community Guide photos

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These are all Creative Commons images that are being collected as a part of my library discovery. Currently I am using them as a Community Guide for Dr. Michael Stephen's LIBR 298 course helping students of LIBR 200.

The People Watching. Washington, DC - Cherry Blossom Festival. Washington DC - Penn Quarter. DONT'T PANIC. Keep Calm and Library On. Wmata metro map doodle on coffee cup at #transpo camp. 8685431353_fa6b26c68d. Who Needs a Librarian When You Have Google? This just popped out of my mouth when I was doing the question & answer portion of my keynote last week at the AISL Baltimore conference.

Who Needs a Librarian When You Have Google?

And I like it! What do you think? Librarians are the Key to Information Mastery! There's a lot of talk out there that it's the end of librarianship because of Google and the Interwebs. I know other states getting rid of their school librarians - but I gotta say Nay, Nay! Things are seemingly dire and bleak for our profession, what with California & Now, is when the world needs librarians the most! Who else but the librarian is going to teach attribution and Creative Commons? Oh and the main graphic above I created with PicMonkey using a lovely background by Valeriana Solaris and is Creative Commons (of course!)

The AISL Baltimore conference kicked off on the beautiful campus of the St. AISLBalt2013 on PhotoPeach Thanks to everyone who made my Baltimore tour of education conferences AWESOME! (AWESOME graphic by Matthew Winner!) Tutorial how to change theme. Tutorial how to upload stores images media. Open Content Program (The Getty) The Getty makes available, without charge, all available digital images to which the Getty holds the rights or that are in the public domain to be used for any purpose. No permission is required. For additional information please see the related press releases, as well as overviews of each phase of the program on The Getty Iris. Why Open Content? The Getty adopted the Open Content Program because we recognized the need to share images of works of art for free and without restriction, so that all those who create or appreciate art—scholars, artists, art lovers, and entrepreneurs—will have greater access to high-quality digital images for their studies and projects.

Art inspires us, and imagination and creativity lead to artistic expressions that expand knowledge and understanding. What's in Open Content? Access to Open Content Images All of the images can be found on Getty Search Gateway, and the J. Open content images are identified with a "Download" link. Librarians funding a library in India via twitter. Biblioburro colombiano. Aiding rural knowledge exchange. Facilitating knowledge exchange in rural Kenya. World travel and communications recorded on Twitter. Research Data Management. Lenny and Ruth. Geneology #1. Beatrice Lee (probably) La biblioteca di babele (in) Internet_map_1024.jpg (JPEG Image, 1280 × 1280 pixels) - Scaled (78%) File:Internet map 1024.jpg. Folio Society book collection. Comfortable Research. The great growling engine of change - technology. Alvin Toffler. Closed Open Library. Removed Library Signs. Copy of Matematik Lgr11. Copy of valentines day for drew.

How People Really Use Mobile. Missoula Portrait Photographer- College Girls. Missoula Portrait Photographer- Color Version of Sarah holding My Contax G1. Portrait by Jonathan Worth please credit to. Llibreria - bookstore - Amsterdam - HDR. Toronto Fan Expo 01. Storm-Troop. William Shakespeare's Star Wars: Verily, a New Hope. I'm trying to get all their names! - Please add notes! Worf vs. Chewbacca (182/365) Chief Engineer. Star Trek TOS Cutting Room Floor Clippings. Flickr - Partage de photos ! Library of Parliament 4. Toddler apps. MakerBot Glamour Shot. Lego @ Success Library. IMG_2892. Sunrise Sandwich facebook cover fb cover.

Baltic Sea. Missouri School of Journalism Laptops. iVincent. Learning. Learning Happens Everywhere. Banned books week 2010. THE BATTLE OF COPYRIGHT 2011 Christopher Dombres. 13/52 : Charte canadienne des droits et libertés - Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Slippery Slopes. Banksy in Boston: Detail of the NO LOITRIN piece on Essex St in Central Square, Cambridge.

Atherton Library Pet Photo Exhibit for National Pet Week.

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Human Library. Dewy? indeed he do. 144 We Are Not Our Patrons Pencils Available! 1st Work Day 2010. Glencarlyn Library Community Garden. Sense of Belonging. Education Postcard: "Collaboration -safety to express themselves is key" Westminster Bridge. 4/366(Y2) - Research. Sound Station. Google Classic: Please Allow 30 Days for your Search Results (Original artist unknown) #Google. Now YOU'RE looking over this four-leaf clover. A Whole Galaxy of Multicolored Search Terms. Search! Connecting People. Connected. 1. Night light write. Navigating. Scholars in the Stone. Red Piano, a Farm Form contributed by local business Able Trek Tours.