Month: December 2018

Hard to Go….

Hey all – my eyes are bit bleary, and dinner and some binging on Netflix beckons, but I must tell you it’s hard to leave all the wonderful work you have done! I have so enjoyed this class – thank you one and all. I wish you all the very best wherever your hyperlinked journey […]

Addendum: #hyperlib Engagement

Hey all – I just updated the grade book with 10 points for all for Participation. This group has been amazing. I reviewed everyone’s activity and realized it was cohesive and encouraging atmosphere from the get go.  EXCELLENT participation – consistent, engaged and thoughtful – throughout the course. All were present and made valuable contributions. THANK […]

Shout Out to #hyperlib

Greetings from Winters Trail in Kewadin, Michigan! I want to take this opportunity to thank you for all of your hard work this semester. We covered a lot of ground and explored all sorts of emerging ideas and technologies. You all handled it well and I hope you enjoyed this journey of learning and discovery. […]

Important: Final Notes

Hey all – just want to share some important reminders as we reach our last two days of class. Take your blog with you by December 23 Please submit your activity stream URL for Participation and Engagement in Canvas. You should have submitted your Symposium entry to Canvas – if not please do so! Please read […]

Infinite Learning

Hey all – I so appreciate all the feedback about the learning modules. Thanks to @stevemacaris, the #hyperlib students next semester and onward will get to choose 2 of 3 choices for a set of modules now called “Infinite Learning.” Take a look: Module 11 – Infinite Learning: 1 Module 12 – Infinite Learning: 2 In these […]

Library Planet

Hey all – Don’t miss this new site LIBRARY PLANET from Christian Lauersen of Roskilde Libraries and Marie Engberg Eiriksson of Gladsaxe Libraries, Denmark. Library Planet is like a crowdsourced Lonely Planet for libraries of the world meant to inspire library travelers to open the awesome book that is our world of libraries, cities and countries. We […]

A Future Librarian’s Promise

Note from Michael – Carlie was a WISE student taking the Hyperlinked Library awhile ago. Carlie wrote this post as part of her course blogging and we shared it at my blog. She just reminded me about it and I thought I would share with you all as we wind down. I’ve been reflecting on what kind of […]

Column: Making a Name

Hi all – I wanted to share a column from Library Journal last year. It’s about LIS students putting themselves out there. It was also inspired by Hyperlinked Library students over the years! Building some type of professional presence on social media is a good step for any LIS student. LinkedIn, Facebook, and other sites […]