Skerricks Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age Library Networking: Journals, Blogs, Associations, etc. In Libraryland, there are many ways of keeping up and keeping connected with your fellow librarians This page does not necessarily indicate every site that has an RSS feed. Since most of these people are librarians, it's always worth checking for an RSS feed for their journals, blogs, etc. (What's RSS?) This page: Library Networking, generally | Library Journals and Indexes | Library and Librarian Blogs | Library Newsgroup | Library and Related Associations (Subject-Matter Library Associations) | Library Conferences Library Networking, generally Library Journals and Indexes Including online-only journals Web Directories of Library Journals: Directory of Open Access Journals: Library and Information Science Resources for Librarians (Steven Bell's Keeping Up) Library Journals, Newsletters & Zines (LibDex) Thomas Parry Library: Electronic Journals in Librarianship and Information Science (University of Wales, Aberystwyth) Library Periodical Indexes: Library and Librarian Blogs Library Newsgroup
The Unquiet Librarian web 2.0 I was on Pinterest the other night just looking through classroom pins and, of course, many teachers were pinning ideas for the beginning of the school year. But what became apparent to me was that none of the ideas that I saw used any technology, but each idea could so easily be transformed into a technology-rich lesson. (Don't get me wrong- they are all GREAT lessons/ideas- I am just a Technology Integration Specialist- so looking for the tech- OK?) So, if you are interested in using more technology in your classroom this year, let's start from DAY 1! 1. This first cool idea comes from the Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher blog. 2. About Me posters are incredibly commonplace in the classroom. 3. This cute idea from A Love for Teaching blog has students drawing a scene from their summer adventures in a pair of sunglasses. 4. I love this idea from Eduperry.com. 5. 6. Graphing Our Favorite Summer Activity comes from Madden's Monsterous Masterminds.
Index. English. Home page. Association of International Librarians and Information Specialists A primary aim of The Association of International Librarians and Information Specialists (AILIS) is to foster better communication and closer co-operation amongst international librarians and information specialists in the Geneva - Lausanne area. But more than that, because of the great changes that have occurred in the world of information during last decade, AILIS provides an opportunity to learn about the trends in our profession. In particular AILIS co-sponsors the programme "Library Science Talks" which consists of 5-6 presentations per year given by internationally recognized specialists in the field. International organizations are major providers and users of data and need to stay current to continue serving their constituents with easily accessible and up-to-date information. Their libraries and information centres play a vital role in this work . AILIS assists in this effort by finding practical ways of promoting co-operation amongst its members.
The Ubiquitous Librarian June 10, 2015, 1:56 pm By Brian Mathews June 8, 2015, 1:55 pm Carrie Donovan A few weeks ago I heard Carrie Donovan (Head of Teaching and Learning, Indiana University Libraries ) give a keynote address at The Innovative Library Classroom Conference. Here are the slides from her talk: Shaking up the Sediment: Re-energizing Pedagogical Practice while Avoiding Bottle Shock. My main takeaway was the transition that Carrie is experiencing from teaching to consulting. [caption id=”attachment_4953″ align=”aligncenter… Read More June 5, 2015, 2:53 am Should librarians challenge the status quo? I decided to ask a professor. You’ve mentioned online that libraries should challenge the status quo. Read More June 3, 2015, 10:21 am Here is a quick interview with Andrew Whitworth, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Manchester and Programme Director of the MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education. What is radical information literacy? Mainstream IL – competency-based,…
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