My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 11/5/2010 through 11/11/2010. For the record I had a very hard time choosing only 10 this week.  In no particular order: 1. Love this idea! RT @BaranCLE: How to Destroy Your Past Lives by @evbogue This post centers around the idea – “We […]

There have been some exciting things happening over at the Libraries and Transliteracy site! Transliteracy in Practice – We are looking for examples of libraries working to make staff and patrons transliterate. We want libraries and transliteracy to not only be a resource for theory and news but also a place you can go for […]

Earlier this week I came across this post Risk Reduction Strategies on Facebook in which danah boyd talks about the practices teens undertake to reduce privacy issues and drama on Facebook.  I found it fascinating, not just because of the efforts they put into it, its not easy, but because I do a few of these […]

I spend a lot of time reading, some of it related to libraries or work or transiteracy or the digital divide so I’ve been thinking about a way to share it. Then I realized hey! This is a blog by a librarian shouldn’t I be required to post what I’m reading here? This weekend I […]

My personally select top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 10/29/2010 through 11/4/2010. The best of the best and/or the most important stuff I tweeted last week. 1. Great post! RT @ValentineLuLu: Blogged: The enthusiasm gap and transliteracy #intlib10 I met Jamie at Internet Librarian, I really wish we’d had more time to […]

I had a few slides for my session on failure with Matt Hamilton but I think it is more useful if I post some of the research and articles I read and refered to in my session. (plus I don’t want to get a cease and desist from Disney, if you were there you know what I’m talking about.🙂 […]

Libraries in a Transliterate, Technology Fluent World View more presentations from Bobbi Newman. Resources and Suggested Links: Teaching Media Literacy in the ESL Classroom Why Broadband Service in the U.S. Is So Awful, Scientific American, October 4th 2010 Transliteracy as a Blueberry Smoothie Don’t Touch That Dial! A history of media technology scares, from the […]