Hey all – I am winding up my dossier today for submission tonight. It has been something! I am also thinking about everything going on in the world – if you need some extra days for this: Reflection on Hyperlinked Environments (Student choice of topic area): 10/03 Please take them!! Let’s give ourselves some breathing room […]
Thanks to the students who attended our chat. This was one of the most engaging and well attended we’ve had. It was also a lot of fun! Please watch if you can.
For interest, Michael Casey shared this about the Open+ System: open-handout
Greetings all! For this module we will focus on planning for emerging technologies, participatory services of all kinds and the future. This is where we start to get very practical and focused on what’s happening with trends and technology in libraries and information centers. This is also the time to start thinking about the technologies, […]
Hey all – this job was posted at Denver Public Library in early 2015. The description is gone but it was very interesting.
Hey all – as specified in our Getting Started post, you should have created a blog and checked the box for the search engines to index the site.
Hey all – I spent two days in Fall 2016 at Gwinnett to speak at the library’s Staff Day. I recorded a short travelogue about their innovative services for this class and my INFO 200 class. Now – it feels a little bit like a totally different time but you may find it of interest. […]
Hello all – please welcome @lisaderlighter to your class. A little snafu popped up but she has joined us! Please add her blog to your feeds: https://287.hyperlib.sjsu.edu/lisaderlighter/ In Feedly, click the + icon on the far left, paste in Lisa’s blog and add it! 🙂 Image: Down Dog with Buddy & Trainer Molly
Sunday September 26: Michael Casey, author of one of our foundational texts and Director of Customer Experience for the Gwinnett County Public Library in metropolitan Atlanta, will join us at 3pm PT. We’ll talk a bit about his libraries and answer any questions you have, etc
This is fun! (And still applicable this year too!) I appreciate the simple creativity.