Because I invested some time in smalltalk with a neighboring school’s advisor, I received the biggest surprise today! You see, in that polite conversation, I planted the seed for a collaboration. Well, maybe it was more of a collaborative idea hatched and carried through! I wish I had a photo to share of our student […]
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We are excited to share our weeded books that have been transformed into works of book art, or more aptly book sculptures. We hope to showcase them throughout the rest of the school year and hopefully even into the fall. As soon as they were set out we had a steady stream of curious students […]
In my area, recently a librarian was asking for cost effective management solutions to class novel sets. There was a general reluctance to add them to the library management program (in this case Destiny.) The suggestions that respondents gave were to just use the library program. So the librarian expressed the concerns with doing that: We do […]
I was invited to introduce Google Docs for a collaborative project the teacher is riding through the end of the semester (which is in just 6 days!!) Cloud Computing made easy I talked about what it was, introduced the term “cloud computing,” showed the Common Craft video on Google Docs, and then proceeded to log […]
So I was asked to put together a VoiceThread on wikis. I’m not sure I’m real satisfied with the end product, and I can tell it’s been a while since I messed around with Voice Thread. Also, I don’t like VT’s (like this) that really don’t seem to encourage written or voice comments, which is […]
I have been asked to create some questions that may be asked at a 2nd interview of a candidate for a library media specialist position. I am thinking others may have insights and can contribute to this list. Provided HERE are some I thought of on my own (in bold print), as well as some […]
Dear Jane (and anyone else interested,) My school email is wonky, not allowing me to “send” from it tonight, so I wanted to use my gmail account to reply. You say you read my blog, so hopefully you’ll read why I cannot respond with a personalized message tonight. But hello, and I miss very much […]