Hey all – the OPML won’t be ready for a couple 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. I am thrilled to see everyone’s work streaming in. If you have questions, don’t be shy!
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. I am diving in to your intro posts due […]
Greetings all! I worked this summer with SJSU School of Information student Nick Gagnon to refresh the site and create some new pages. Nick also worked on this guide: Making the Most of your Hyperlinked Library Blogging And he made you a video about choosing your own adventure (CYOA) for blogging: Featured image by […]
You’ll find these listed under the menu Learning Community –> #hyperlib Chats #hyperlib Chats Occasionally throughout the semester, Michael will host a social hour for the class in the Hyperlinked Library Commons on Zoom. These are optional “drop in” sessions for students to ask questions, share or just chat. We might also have guest speaker or conversation with […]
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… Course Overview: “The new tools provide powerful options for working with data, text, sound, and images. …. There is, predictably, an increasing departure in information handling from the simple […]
I’ve set aside a few days for you 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 […]
Greetings all – We will create an OPML* file for our course blogs so you can add them easily to Feedly or some other RSS/feed reader. Please share your blog URL as a comment below. Note: This is probably your first comment on the site so it will have to be approved by me. After […]