Month: April 2019

Share Your Director’s Brief Here

Please share your Director’s Brief URL here for everyone to explore with a few words to describe your focus. I’m very excited to read them. I will be working on grading all week. Will give you an update when to see grades in Canvas. Because of the extension offer, we’ll see posts throughout the week. […]

Notes on the Virtual Symposium

Greetings all! For our last few days of class, you will spend some time reflecting on all your work for the course. An artifact to represent that learning is what makes up the Virtual Symposium. Virtual Symposium To share your work for the semester, consider one or more of the following for the “virtual symposium” – […]

Submit Your Blog URL for Reflection Blogging Assignment

Hey all – the last reflective blog post was due Sunday: Reflection on Infinite Learning Modules (Student choice of topic area): 4/21 After you post that one, please submit your blog URL to Canvas for assignment “Reflection Blogging.” Submit your top level URL for your blog. It might look like something like this: https://287.hyperlib.sjsu.edu/canfield/ (That’s @hcanfield 🙂 […]

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 […]

Stacie Ledden Recording

Greetings all! We had an incredible chat with Stacie Ledden, including some excellent questions about the Anythink model. If anyone has any questions after listening, Stacie said she was glad to share her email: sledden @ anythinklibraries.org

Director’s Brief Extensions

Hey all – if you are swamped with other classes or life, please email me. I am happy to offer a couple of extra days for the Brief.  That said, they can also be posted anytime if you are done early. Remember: This will be your most polished, detailed and well-presented work of the semester. 🙂