I took my slideshow on transliteracy and turned it into a video. I was curious about how easy it was to turn a slideshow into a video (its super easy!) so I thought I'd try it. Most of my presentations aren't meant to stand alone and so don't really translate well to video. When I … Continue reading Libraries and Transliteracy – the video version
Libraries and Transliteracy Slideshow
I haven't been able to stop thinking about transliteracy and how important the concept is for libraries and librarians. I've created a slideshow I hope conveys the message and is easy to share. I have also added page with information on transliteracy. Libraries and Transliteracyhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=transliteracy-091001081310-phpapp02&stripped_title=libraries-and-transliteracyView more presentations from Bobbi Newman.
The UNICEF Bee and the Digital Doorway
This video, The Future of the Library, has been making the rounds on library blogs and after watching it I visit the blog Everywhere is Here. Lately I've been thinking a lot about the digital divide and the bubble I spend most of my time in so I was much more interested in this video. … Continue reading The UNICEF Bee and the Digital Doorway
“Go be secretly awesome. Then tell someone.”
I've never been fortunate enough to hear Jessamyn West speak and based on Jenica's notes from last week, I'm really missing out. Some of my favorite bits The digital divide is real, and our system for technology education scales very badly. There are economies of scale in most library work – processing 30 books does … Continue reading “Go be secretly awesome. Then tell someone.”
Are other libraries teaching patrons about blogging?
I'm taking a break from the video game (PS2) I'm playing, to write this, because even though I tell myself the hard parts teach me patient and perseverance, they really make my head want to explore. 🙂 Last night I finally taught the rescheduled Introduction to Blogging class I was supposed to teach in May. … Continue reading Are other libraries teaching patrons about blogging?
Computer/Internet Classes for Patrons
MRRL is getting ready to kick off it's new serious of computer/internet classes for the public. I've agreed to teach half of them, so I've been busy working on presentations and plans. I wonder how this will be different from teaching other Librarians. Here's my list of classes, any tips or suggestions? 🙂 Introduction to … Continue reading Computer/Internet Classes for Patrons