Librarian by Day Bobbi Newman | I'm not that kind of librarian

Posts Tagged ‘Technology’

10 Best Links from Twitter – Week in Review

01.08.2010 · Posted in Links, Read This

If you follow me on Twitter you know I share and retweet a lot of links.  I don't know how you treat Twitter but if I'm not paying attention when something is shared I miss it. So I've been thinking I need a way to share those links ones on the blog.  I thought I'd ...

How Using The Internet Is Changing Our Brains

12.01.2009 · Posted in Social Media, Technology, Thinking Outloud

As with most things, the benefits from computers and technology is all about balance. From an article in The Independent - What the web is teaching our brains, a list of activities and the benefits each provides. Internet research: Boosts the ability to integrate and process information as well as enhancing decision-making skills. General browsing: ...

Transliterate Divide – Working Definition

11.23.2009 · Posted in Digital Divide, Transliteracy

Transliterate Divide - The gap between people who have the skills to understand (read) and create (write) a message (information) and interact using a variety of tools across multiple media and platforms and the ability to apply those skills to new situations and formats and those who do not. My interest in transliteracy is tied to ...

Library 101: More Than Just a Pretty Face

11.03.2009 · Posted in Internet Librarian, Learning, Librarians, Video

The newest video from David Lee King & Michael Porter debuted at Internet Librarian to a room full of people and a live remote audience thanks to streaming by the Shanachies. Library 101 is more than just a video, it's a project with a website that includes essays from libraryland leaders about what Library 101 ...

Libraries and Transliteracy – the video version

I took my slideshow on transliteracy and turned it into a video.  I was curious about how easy it was to turn a slideshow into a video (its super easy!) so I thought I'd try it.  Most of my presentations aren't meant to stand alone and so don't really translate well to video. When I ...