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I’ve been working with a few classes these last ten days or so, showing them some “un-written” research projects. My point to them is to try and turn their research into some really cool projects that are not only fun, but downright inspirational or creative. Many examples shared were techy (Voicethread, videos, Glogster, etc.) But I […]
I sent this in an email to staff, and shared via facebook too. This is a snippet from my reader (Jenny Lucca’s Lucacept–Intercepting the Web) about a recent Ted Talk (Formal Title — Ted: Ideas Worth Sharing). Ted is pretty much a favorite video blog, and I’m always playing catch up with it. The snippet […]
Once before, in an effort to increase participation in summer reading, we created a short promo video for summer reading. We had animoto style the state book award nominees as part of the promo. We planned to reward students who could provide evidence of reading with a Limo ride to a neighborhood book store, a […]
We head out to spring break for a week starting Friday afternoon. We return Monday, April 4th. So at this time the library staff is brainstorming and planning how to celebrate National Poetry Month and of course National Library Week. Is it evil or teacher librarian-sacrilegious to think the timing of spring break is throwing […]
photo © 2009 Franco Bouly | more info (via: Wylio)Here is an exchange in Facebook that I engaged in tonight. Please excuse the letters used in place of names as I want to protect the identities of those in the exchange. I did send my friend the current login and password in a private email […]
photo © 2008 Scott McLeod | more info (via: Wylio)As I reflect over the past year, I remember the knee-jerk reactions that I among many have had over the lack of respect for my profession as a school librarian. The average non-library users lauds that the internet serves all their information needs and now ebooks […]
The South Carolina Association of School Librarians has been having an at times heated debate over a reminder posted on our archaic listserv about the cutting of librarians from schools all over the United States (and even wider). Since I am so wordy, I decided to use my blog for a response–my “professional thoughts” so […]
Music Piracy spells the end of the traditional model for those in the music industry to make an honest living from their talents. At least it is according to my students. Current Events Class Guest Speaker Today I worked with our current events class to discuss the recent shutdown of Limewire as a way to […]
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