Thursday, March 25, 2010

Free book on line by Terry Freedman

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Joyce Valenza posted this & I'd like ot get it 'bookmarked" here instead of loading the entire book.  It's divided into chapters that cover major 2.0 topics and I plan to delve into the podcasts and blogs later.  Isn't it great when information is FREE?  Obviously we library folk agree with that philosophy.  You can also follow Terry Freedman on twitter- he is very influential and well-thought of! Here's the book link, drum roll - and the title is The Amazing Web 2.0 Projects Book!
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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Can't Touch This

Who says librarians aren't fun?  Check this out!

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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

A great use of WallWisher

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It's been quite some time since I've blogged, but I  have been busy taking a class, subbing and trying to get a job!  Still using twitter and delicious and reading for my class, Collection Development.  We, OELMA Central region, tried to use WallWisher for our last meeting where we discussed the book Unspun. but it did not work so well- just a first try.  Well, here's a great use of WallWisher form a class that was allowed to use cell phone.  They created their own rules for using the phone in class- very smart, common sense rules. Here's their wall & here's the link to the blog where I found it The blog is The Innovative Educator.

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