Helene had a great post about training vs learning. A reminder just when I needed one! She never stops inspiring me! 🙂 The best learning happens by self-discovery, when two very important elements are present. In order for anyone to truly learn, they must be a) engaged in their own discovery process and b) be […]
Use the library. Your taxes are paying for it, so take advantage of the free books and movies. Austin says that even her small library in Maryland’s rural Kent County offers DVDs, audio books, and free Internet service. from 8 Ways to Cut Back without Sacrificing I wonder, does use of a Public Libraries increase […]
NPR reported this morning that protesters in Columbia used Facebook to organize support around the world against FARC.
Meredith Farkas’ recent post about Library 2.0 got me thinking about me; my title, my position, my duties and my goals. The position of Digital Services Librarian is just 6 months old (and I think the title itself has changed 3 times already). My duties and goals are always in flux which means, for me […]
Saturday was our first Game Day to include Guitar Hero. It was a small, last minute Game Day in order to help introduce the exciting new programs we’ll be having this year and the opening of our Teen Zone. It was a success! Although the lighting in the room wasn’t great I managed to snap […]
I’ve been managing MRRL’s blog for a couple of months now. Just getting staff used to the idea and getting them excited about it. With the New Year came the “official” kick off of the blog. There are now other contributes on a regular basis and an “official” calender of when posts are sent to […]
Today kicks off our second week of Library Learning 2.1. Robin already wrote a great post about our kick off week, so I wont duplicate it by writing one here. But I did get some great feed back that I want to share. They love the “bit size” lessons “I did the first lesson – […]