Tag Archives: academic libraries
I am pleased to report that ALA OITP Digital Literacy Task Force (of which I was a member, it has disbanded) released the final Conclusions and Recommendations for Digital Literacy Programs and Libraries. You can download the full report and read the blog post at Digital Dispatch. I have highlighted some sections I believe are […]
A student’s perspective on Academic Libraries. I’ve Got Google, Why Do I Need You?http://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=idaaalenemtacl10-100428050009-phpapp01&rel=0&stripped_title=ive-got-google-why-do-i-need-you View more presentations from Ida Aalen.
I am excited to announce the kick-off of a new project, the Libraries and Transliteracies blog! The blog is a group effort from me, Buffy Hamilton and Tom Ipri. Due to the amount of interest in transliteracy and the role libraries play, we have created one place to share information and resources. The blog will contain information, resources and links to […]
Podcasting 101, Using Podcasting in an Academic setting by Jodie Borgerding & Martha Allen Piux XII Memorial Library St Louis University Definition of podcasting Definition of vodcasting What’s the buzz? Stats about tech savvy users, 1st qrtr of 2007 iPod sales reached 100 millionth rank Oct 2007 14% of adults age 18-29 have […]