It is difficult to put fingers to the keyboard to write this post. There is so much happening in the world. I have tried to stay true to my commitment to take a break from social media, with limited success. Last month Library Journal gave the Seattle Public Library the Library of the Year award. The article for the award mentions SPL’s commitment to social … Continue reading Mover and Shaker Revoked
This morning Salem Press announced the winners of their 2012 Blog Awards. When I saw the announcement for nominees a couple of weeks ago I was honored and humbled to be included along side this year’s fellow nominees for public library blogs which included – RA for All, David Lee King, Richard Kong, and Agnostic, Maybe. Because of such fine company I was surprised to see this morning’s announcement for the … Continue reading I am Honored to be Included in the 2012 Salem Press Blog Awards – Thank you!
Three years ago I when I started putting together a list of the Movers & Shakers with links to their blogs and Twitter accounts, it never occurred to me that one day I would be on that list. I am honored (and humbled) to be included with people I know, people I call friends and colleagues including Ned Potter, Courtney Young, Buffy Hamilton, Sue Polanka, Aaron Tay, Cindi … Continue reading I am Honored and Humbled to be Included in the 2011 Movers and Shakers.
I’m thrilled to be on the list of librarians nominated in the Best Librarian/Library category, its an honor just to be included among such great company. Voting is open until December 14th. For those of you visiting for the first time – Welcome! I write about a wide variety of topics related to 21st century literacies, learning and working. I’m also excited to announce that … Continue reading Voting for the Edublog Awards is Open