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Author Archives: theweelibrarian
Well, my little blog is growing up. I decided to move away from the free wordpress site to my own. Please join me over at my new home – and be sure to update your feed!
Last week, Educause offered Mobile Sprint, 5 lunch time webinars over 5 days on mobile learning. I must admit, I liked the continuing discussion that the 5 days allowed – it was more than just a webinar and it wasn’t … Continue reading
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I love conferencing. They are tiring and yet I almost always come back refreshed and excited to try new things. This time I managed to fit in two conferences nearly back … Continue reading
I was reading one of Jenica’s recent posts and was struck by one of her comments: “We’d rather be outraged than thoughtful.” While she was speaking to age/generation issues, the truth of this statement rang out, at least to me. As … Continue reading
I’ve heard about stealth librarianship and the manifesto associated with it. Kendra’s post over at Library Attack about stealth librarianship got me thinking about it again. I’ve read a few posts on stealth librarianship, including John’s original post and Andrew’s … Continue reading
If you haven’t heard, there was lots of talk in the twitter verse and elsewhere this weekend. Ebook talk exploded over the weekend as HarperCollins announced restrictions on the number of uses per ebook for libraries. This could be a … Continue reading