Category Archives: Inspiration

Inspiration: Robots from Texas

David Daghita at McKinney PL shared these presentations about new tech innovations with me via former #hyperlib student Nick. One covers the implementation of the mobile roaming in the library and the other is on using ROBOTS as book carts! Take a look if you have time. Mckinney Mobility Make like a Robot Presentation

Inspiration: Gear Haul Video

This is our “Digital Pedagogy” professor again. What I think is interesting for our class: if you were in charge of a digital creation space of some kind, you might be purchasing similar equipment. Might be worth the 8 minutes to see what he has procured with his grant. This might be inspiring for the […]

Inspiration: Anythink Nature Library

As a public library, Anythink provides access to knowledge in a free, safe and trusted space available to all. As an experience library, Anythink is even more uniquely qualified to build a nature library – using spaces, experts, TryIts and other resources to help people find their place in nature. Inspired by the Environmental Kinship […]

Inspiration: UCF Hitt Maker Podcast Studio Matt DeSalvo, Manager of the Libraries’ LibTech service, spearheaded the development of the Hitt Maker Podcast Studio in response to the increasing demand for podcast recording facilities. DeSalvo explained, “LibTech offers a variety of audio recording solutions, including a kit that provides a recording mixer, four microphones, and all the associated cables. Yet despite […]