Hello all! What fun it’s been to read your posts and course updates. I hope things are going well. The next module is here – an overview of the Hyperlinked Library Model. Acton Items: Be sure to check your blog for pending comments. Dashboard –> Comments. You may see some that need approval. If you haven’t […]
Hey all- Sunday, February 5 is our first Class Social Hour at 11am PT. . Grab a cup of your favorite morning beverage and join us. I’ll be on hand to chat or answer any questions you have. No formal agenda, just a chance to check in as we get started.
Hello everyone! I want to thank you all sincerely for diving in! I got the OPML file done in just a couple of hours. I am super excited to read your intro posts.All the course activity and posts can seem like a raging waterfall but utilizing a feed reader will help you! SO – here’s […]
Hello all – I can see you are all getting settled and working on your blogs. For this module, we continue with reading our foundational texts and getting settled in. You will be in very good shape if you have the readings done by the end of the week. Action Items If you haven’t added a profile pic […]
Hey all – the OPML won’t be ready for a few more days, so for now – please share the URL to your introductory post here. I want to make sure everyone gets to see each other’s posts. (Image – taking a walk in the falling snow…)
Hey all – head over to our “Break the Ice” tribe and join. Then share your guilty and not-so-guilty pop culture favorites and/or your binge-worthy suggestions!
Welcome to The Hyperlinked Library: Emerging Trends & Technologies Greetings all. Welcome to #hyperlib! I am really excited about starting the semester! Some thoughts before we begin… Notes on on the course platform: We will not be using Canvas this semester but a specially designed interactive blog site built with WordPress that allows you to […]
I’ve set aside a few days to get comfortable with the site and do the major reading of the course up front. In previous versions of the course, we found this to be useful for students to have read the text and other materials and then apply what they’ve learned to the the various modules. […]
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Greetings all – I’m going to create an OPML* file for our course blogs so you can add them easily to Feedly or some other reader. Please share your blog URL as a comment below. The URL should be for the top level of your blog, not an individual post. *OPML: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OPML