Circulating Ideas | the librarian interview podcast Les FRBR, qu'est-ce que c'est ? Dans le contexte de la société de l'information, beaucoup de gens, et notamment les geeks, pensent qu'ils ont des choses à apprendre des bibliothécaires, car ces derniers ont une certaine expérience dans des domaines devenus clef : le catalogage, la classification, l'indexation. Pour faire ouvert, dites : les métadonnées, le Web sémantique, les ontologies. Ah, je vois une lueur d'intérêt dans votre oeil... Or, pour gérer des données, ces gens-là (les geeks) travaillent de la manière suivante : ils font de la modélisation, puis des spécifications, et enfin ils implémentent. Les FRBR (Functional Requirements of Bibliographic Records, en français : spécifications fonctionnelles des notices bibliographiques) sont une modélisation conceptuelle de l'information contenue dans les notices bibliographiques. Comment ça marche ? Je vais essayer de résumer le contenu des spécifications bien que ce soit un véritable défi. A quoi ça sert ?
Whatever Mathers Podcasting Toolbox: 70+ Podcasting Tools and Resources Podcasting may not have lived up to the early hype, but with iPods and other MP3 players still selling like crazy, the potential audience for these audio shows is huge. We've compiled a monster list of 70+ tools and resources for podcasters and wannabes. Podcast Creation Guides How To Create a Podcast - About.com's step-by-step tutorial for podcast beginners.iLounge Guide to Podcast Creation - another guide for creating your own podcast for absolute beginners.Podcasting Legal Guide - find about legal issues relevant to podcasting in this Creative Commons guide. Podcast Hosting, Sharing and Networking (Free) Pickstation - A Digg for podcasts and music.Collectik - "Mixtapes for podcasts": find, share and organize podcasts.Podbean - Free podcast hosting and publishing.Castpost - Free hosting for audio and video clips.HeyCast - A tool to create video podcasts. Podcast Advertising Audio Tours Video Podcasting Mobile Podcasting Text to Podcasts Podcasts to Text Podcast Directories Live Podcasting
iTALC Games in Libraries Podcasting 101 for K–12 Librarians FEATURE Podcasting 101 for K–12 Librarians by Esther Kreider Eash Our 21st-century school librarians can lead the way with innovative programming, new resources, and creative instruction. But first, they need to learn what podcasting is all about. The New Oxford American Dictionary chose “podcast” as its 2005 Word of the Year over “persistent vegetative state,” “bird flu,” “sudoku,” “rootkit,” and “lifehack.” 1 During the past 2 years, podcasting has become increasingly familiar as a method of information sharing. Yet when I queried 100 librarians during my presentation on professional development at the American Association of School Librarians meeting in October 2005, not one hand went up to indicate that anyone had accessed or listened to a podcast. Most did not know what a podcast was, and no one had used a podcast with students, much less created one. Podcasting supports efforts to differentiate instruction in the library in accordance with No Child Left Behind requirements. 1.
iLearn Technology Top 50 School Technology Blogs | Best Education Tech Blogs Take a candid look into the day-to-day life of pioneers who play a vital role in outfitting students with 21st century skills by integrating new technologies in the nation’s schools. Blogs provide a platform for these trailblazing educators to share ideas and serve as a window into a profession that is truly transformative. iLearn Technology Check out the featured posts on iLearn Technology, where teacher-turned-tech integration specialist Kelly Tenkely offers nifty tech tips and tools like Math Pickle and Off-Road Algebra that make story problems relatable, along with entries in a series on professional development. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Med Kharbach is the teacher, graduate student, and professional blogger behind Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. E-Learning Queen Susan Smith Nash has been involved with e-learning for more than two decades. The Nerdy Teacher Nicholas Provenzano is an edcamp speaker and runs the education e-zine ProjectPLN. Yes Tech!
Baker's B.Y.O.D.-- Bring Your Own Device, Dog, & Deconstruction of Literature The Ed Tech Roundup - Home Saving Socrates Purely Paperless The Best K-12 Education Technology Blogs If it takes a village to raise a child, how many people does it take to train an educator? It’s hard to say, but 50 helping hands seems like a good place to start. In the spirit of community, collaboration and information sharing, EdTech: Focus on K–12 has rounded up 50 ed-tech blogs that we deem must-reads for the K–12 community. We launched our first Must-Read IT list last year to great response so we hope that you all enjoy this year's batch of blogs as well. These blogs are a mix of voices and include blogs authored by teachers, administrators and technology vendors. This list was built in part by you, our readers. Without further ado, here is the 2013 Honor Roll: Purely Paperless We are living in a world that is becoming increasingly digital, and Montana elementary school teacher Kate Peila is a paperless girl. Read the blog: purelypaperless.blogspot.com The Daring Librarian Who says librarians can’t have fun? Read the blog: thedaringlibrarian.com EdReach Read the blog: edreach.us Edudemic