About a month ago, well actually June 30th according to the someecards website, I created these two librarian ecards. I noticed this morning they are making the rounds on Facebook again so I thought I’d post them here. Neither of the cards is accredited to me or links back to the original on someecards.com and that’s fine I didn’t make them for the power and … Continue reading On Remixing and Resharing Online – I Do This for the Money, Prestige, and Power. Said No Librarian Ever.
Presentation for PLAN Closing the Digital Skills Gap from Bobbi Newman Resources I limited my suggestions to just three of each as not to be overwhelming Websites Common Sense Media.org Media Smarts Tech Training for Libraries Blogs Van Meter Library Voice The Daring Librarian A Media Specialists Guide to the Web Twitter @ShannonMiller @gwynethjones @joycevalenza Facebook New Media Consortium American Association of School Librarians School … Continue reading Closing the Digital Skills Gap – PLAN
Presented at the North Texas Library Partner’s 5th Annual Conference on Library Technology Bridging the Digital Divide: It’s more than teaching computer skills to seniors from Bobbi Newman References There are on the last three slides but here you go! ALA supports FCC proposal to fund digital literacy training through public libraries. (2012, April 3).District Dispatch. Retrieved from http://www.districtdispatch.org/2012/04/ala-supports-fcc-proposal-to-fund-digital-literacy-training-through-public-libraries/ Aspen Institute to Advance Recommendations of the Knight … Continue reading Bridging the Digital Divide – NTLP Conference
I should have written this post six months ago when it happened, but better late than never eh? Thanks to the recent Wired article about the hacking of Mat Honan’s Amazon, Apple, Google and Twitter accounts I’ve noticed people saying they are turning on Google’s two step verification process. The purpose of this post is NOT to tell you not to use it but just … Continue reading How I Lost Access to my Google Account for Weeks Thanks To Two-Step Verification
A couple of years ago I wrote Nine Questions to Ask Before You Accept That Speaking Gig – (go read it, it’s full of great information!) this is a much overdue follow up. Preparation 1. Start working on your presentation now! Even if it is six months out, at least start taking notes! 2. Know yourself and your presentation style. Some people use a slide … Continue reading 20 Things to Do After You Accept that Speaking Gig